Toyota RAV4: Folding second seats - Rear seats - Adjustable components (seats, mirrors, steering wheel) - Before driving - Toyota RAV4 Owner's ManualToyota RAV4: Folding second seats

Folding down the second seats will enlarge the luggage compartment.

■ Before folding the second seats

1 Stow the second center seat belt.

Make sure the outside seat belt

Make sure the outside seat belt passes through the hanger when folding the second seat. This prevents the shoulder belt from being damaged.

Stow the second seat belt buckles.

Stow the second seat belt buckles.

4 Remove the outside head restraint
5 Lower the center head restraint to the lowest position.
6 Raise the armrest until it locks.

■ Folding second seats

1 Slide the second seats as far back as possible

From inside

Pull down the seatback angle

Pull down the seatback angle adjustment lever and fold down the seatback.

From outside (vehicles without third seats)

Open the back door and pull the

Open the back door and pull the lock release lever to fold down the second seat.

    Moving a second seats for third seats entry (vehicles with third seats)
    ■ Getting in the vehicle (right side only) Pull the lever forward and fold down the seatback. The seat will slide forward. After passengers are in, lift up the seatback and return the sea ...

    Stowing third seats (vehicles with third seats)
    ■ Before stowing the third seats Stow the third seat belt buckles. Pass the seat belts through the seat belt hangers. This prevents the shoulder belt from being damaged. 3 Lower the he ...

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