Ford Fusion: Sitting in the correct position - Seats - Ford Fusion Owners manualFord Fusion: Sitting in the correct position

WARNINGS:

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 itsoptimum effect.

When you use them properly, the seat,head restraint, seat belt and airbags willprovide optimum protection in the eventof a collision. We recommend that you:

• sit in an upright position with the baseof your spine as far back as possible.

• do not recline the seatback more than30 degrees.

• adjust the head restraint so that thetop of it is level with the top of yourhead and as far forwards as possible,remaining comfortable.

• keep sufficient distance betweenyourself and the steering wheel. Werecommend a minimum of 250millimetres (10 inches) between yourbreastbone and the airbag cover.

• hold the steering wheel with your armsslightly bent.

• bend your legs slightly so that you canpress the pedals fully.

• position the shoulder strap of the seatbelt over the centre of your shoulderand position the lap strap tightlyacross your hips.

Make sure that your driving position iscomfortable and that you can maintain fullcontrol of your vehicle.

    Seats
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    Manual seats
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