Toyota Yaris: Fold - down rear seat - Occupant restraint systems - Toyota Yaris XP90 2005–2010 Owner's ManualToyota Yaris: Fold - down rear seat

BEFORE FOLDING DOWN REAR SEATS

BEFORE FOLDING DOWN REAR SEATS

1. Before folding down the seatback, disconnect the center seat belt to prevent damage.

Insert the key into the hole on the buckle to release tab 1 (with hook end), and allow the belt to retract.

2. Insert the tabs of the center seat belt into the cover. Make sure the tabs

2. Insert the tabs of the center seat belt into the cover. Make sure the tabs are securely locked in the cover.

NOTICE.

The seat belt tabs must be stowed before you fold the seatback.

3. Make sure the outer seat belt passes through the hanger when folding the

3. Make sure the outer seat belt passes through the hanger when folding the seatback down.

This prevents the shoulder belt from being damaged.

CAUTION.

The seat belt must be removed from the hanger when the seat belt is in use.

NOTICE.

The seat belt must be stowed before you fold the seatback.

FOLDING REAR SEATS (split seat)

FOLDING REAR SEATS (split seat)

1. Lower the head restraint to the lowest position.

2. Pull the seat position adjusting liver up. Then slide the rear seat fully

2. Pull the seat position adjusting liver up. Then slide the rear seat fully forward.

3. Pull the seatback angle adjusting lever up and fold the seatback down.

3. Pull the seatback angle adjusting lever up and fold the seatback down.

Each seatback may be folded separately.

CAUTION.

When returning the seatback to the upright position, observe the following precautions in order to prevent personal injury in a collision or sudden stop: Make sure the seatback is securely locked by pushing forward and rearward on the top of the seatback.

Failure to do so will prevent the seat belt from operating properly.

Make sure the seat belts are not twisted or caught in the seatback and are arranged in the proper position and are ready to use.

NOTICE.

Do not pull the pocket that stores the seat belt comfort guide when returning the seatback to the upright position.

4. Flip over the deck board.

4. Flip over the deck board.

This will enlarge the luggage compartment as far as the seatbacks. See “Cargo and luggage” for precautions to observe for loading luggage.

FOLDING REAR SEAT (non-split seat)

FOLDING REAR SEAT (non-split seat)

1. Lower the head restraint to the lowest position.

2. Pull the seatback angle adjusting lever up and fold the seatback down.

2. Pull the seatback angle adjusting lever up and fold the seatback down.

Each seatback may be folded separately.

CAUTION.

When returning the seatback to the upright position, observe the following precautions in order to prevent personal injury in a collision or sudden stop: Make sure the seatback is securely locked by pushing forward and rearward on the top of the seatback.

Failure to do so will prevent the seat belt from operating properly.

Make sure the seat belts are not twisted or caught in the seatback and are arranged in the proper position and are ready to use.

NOTICE.

Do not pull the pocket that stores the seat belt comfort guide when returning the seatback to the upright position.

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