Ford Fusion: Manual seats - Seats - Ford Fusion Owners manualFord Fusion: Manual seats

WARNING:

Moving the seats backwards and forwards

WARNING:

Rock the seat backwards andforwards after releasing the lever tomake sure that it is fully engaged inits catch.

Adjusting the angle of the seatback

Adjusting the height of the driver’s seat

Folding the passenger seatforwards

Adjusting the angle of the seatback

Folding the passenger seatforwards

WARNINGS:

Do not drive with the passengerseat folded forwards if the rear seatdirectly behind it is occupied.

Do not drive with items on thefolded seatback.

1. Fold the seat forwards.

1. Fold the seat forwards.

2. Turn the wheel until the seatback ishorizontal.

2. Turn the wheel until the seatback ishorizontal.

Pull the locking lever to return theseatback to the vertical position. Makesure that the seatback is securely latchedin position.

    Sitting in the correct position
    Sitting in the correct position WARNINGS: Do not adjust the seats when thevehicle is moving. Only when you use the seat beltproperly, can it hold you in a positionthat allows the airbag to achieve ...

    Rear seats
    WARNINGS: Make sure that the seats and theseatbacks are secure and fullyengaged in their catches. When folding the seatbacks down,take care not to get your fingerscaught between the seatback andseat ...

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    Tire equipment
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    Activating/deactivating
    console activates the hands-free system. The symbol in the display indicates that the hands-free system is active. A long press on the TEL button deactivates the hands-free system and disconnects ...

    Opening/closing the sliding visor
    ▷ Press the switch in the desired direction to the resistance point and hold it there. The sliding visor moves while the switch is being held. ▷ Press the switch in the desired ...