2005 Buick ParkAvenue Owners Manual PDF | Page 11

Head Restraints
Adjust your head restraint so that the top of the restraint
is closest to the top of your head. This position
reduces the chance of a neck injury in a crash.
On some models, the head restraints tilt forward and
rearward also.
Adjust the head restraint by grasping the top of the
restraint and moving it forward or rearward until it is in
the desired position.
Some rear seats have adjustable head restraints. Slide
an adjustable head restraint up or down so that the
top of the restraint is closest to the top of your head.
This position reduces the chance of a neck injury
in a crash.
On some models, the rear seat head restraints tilt
forward and rearward also.
There are three different positions for the rear seat head
restraints. Adjust a rear head restraint by grasping the
top of the restraint and moving it forward the way
you want it to go until you hear a click. It will then be
locked into position until you need to move it again.
Pulling it forward past the last position will allow
the head restraint to return to its full rear position.
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2005 Buick ParkAvenue Owners Manual Summary of Content

Head RestraintsAdjust your head restraint so that the top of the restraintis closest to the top of your head. This positionreduces the chance of a neck injury in a crash.On some models, the head restraints tilt forward andrearward also.Adjust the head restraint by grasping the top of therestraint and moving it forward or rearward until it is inthe desired position.Some rear seats have adjustable head restraints. Slidean adjustable head restraint up or down so that thetop of the restraint is closest to the top of your head.This position reduces the chance of a neck injuryin a crash.On some models, the rear seat head restraints tiltforward and rearward also.There are three different positions for the rear seat headrestraints. Adjust a rear head restraint by grasping thetop of the restraint and moving it forward the wayyou want it to go until you hear a click. It will then belocked into position until you need to move it again.Pulling it forward past the last position will allowthe head restraint to return to its full rear position.1-5