Adjusting headrests on rear seats
The height of the headrests on the rear seats can be adjusted.
Fig. 196: Adjusting height of headrests on rear seats
Push headrest upward until the desired position is reached.
Press button B and push the headrest downward at the same time until the desired position is reached.
Headrest on occupied center rear seat in storage position
To improve your view to the rear, the headrest on the center rear seat can be moved to a storage position that is lower than the lowest usable position.
If the center rear seat is occupied, move the headrest out of its storage position and adjust it to a higher, usable position.
Make sure that the headrest is adjusted back to a higher, usable position.
Removing and installing headrests on rear seats
The headrests on the rear seats may have to be removed in order to install a child restraint system correctly.
Please see chapter "Child Restraint Systems (Child Seats)" on page 90
Headrests on rear seats removed or not adjusted correctly Driving with removed headrests, improperly positioned headrests or improperly installed headrests can cause serious personal injury or death in an accident.
Adjust the headrests so that the upper edge of the headrest is brought to eye level or higher.
Do not drive the vehicle without the headrest in place and properly adjusted.
Fig. 197: Removing and installing headrests on rear seats
Push headrest up as far as possible.
Press buttons A and B and push up the headrest at the same time until button A remains engaged.
Fold the backrest on the rear seat roughly halfway forward.
Remove the headrest and stow safely in the vehicle.
Adjust and engage the backrest on the rear seat if necessary.