Mercedes-Benz GLK-Class: Folding the rear seat backrest back - Cargo compartment enlargement - Stowage areas - Stowing and features - Mercedes-Benz GLK-Class Owner's ManualMercedes-Benz GLK-Class: Folding the rear seat backrest back

  1. : Backrest
  2. ; Lock verification indicator
  3. = Backrest release handle
  • Move the driver's or front-passenger seat forward if necessary.

seat backrest back. Otherwise, it could be damaged. Make sure that the seat belt does not become trapped when folding the rear seat backrest back. Otherwise, it could be damaged.

  • Fold seat backrest 1 back until it engages. Red lock status indicator 2 is no longer visible.

WARNING WARNING

If a red indicator is visible with the seat backrest up, then the seat backrest is not properly locked into position.

Always lock seat backrest in its upright position when rear seat bench is occupied, or the expanded cargo volume is not in use. Check for secure locking by pushing and pulling on the seat backrest.

In an accident, during hard braking or sudden maneuvers, loose items will be thrown around inside the vehicle. This can cause injury to vehicle occupants unless the items are securely fastened in the vehicle.

To help avoid personal injury during a collision or sudden maneuver, exercise care when transporting cargo.

  • Adjust the head restraints if necessary ().
  • Move the driver's or front-passenger seat back if necessary.
    Folding the rear seat backrest forward
    Fully insert the backrest head restraints (). Move the driver's or front-passenger seat forward if necessary. Pull left-hand or right-hand release handle 2 of the seat backrest forwards. ...

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