Mini Cooper S Countryman 2016 Owners Manual PDF | Page 38

MINI Paceman: entry in the rear
1. Pull the lever on the back of the seat up‐
ward, arrow 1.
The backrest folds forward.
2. Push against the backrest to move the seat
forward, arrow 2.
To make it easier to enter the car in the rear,
push back the safety belt on the lower belt
guide rail if necessary.
Restoring the original seat position
The driver's seat has a mechanical memory
function for the forward/backward seat setting
and the backrest setting.
1.
Push the seat back to the original position.
Do not fold back the backrest until the seat
is in its original position; otherwise, the seat
will engage in its current position. If this
happens, adjust the forward/backward po‐
sition manually, refer to page 36.
2. Fold back the backrest to lock the seat.
WARNING
There is risk of jamming when moving the
seats. There is risk of injuries or risk of property
damage. Make sure that the area of movement
of the seat is clear prior to any adjustment.
WARNING
Unexpected movements of the backrest
while driving may occur due to an unlocked
backrest. Vehicle control could be lost. There is
risk of injuries. Fold back and lock the backrests
before driving.
Seat heating
Switching on
The temperature setting progresses one step
through its control sequence each time you
press the button. The maximum temperature is
reached when three LEDs are lit.
If the trip is continued within approx. 15 mi‐
nutes, the seat heating is activated automati‐
cally with the temperature set last.
The temperature is reduced, if need be, down
to no heat in order to reduce the load on the
battery. The LEDs remain lit.
Switch off
Press the button longer.
Safety belts
Number of safety belts
Your vehicle has been fitted with four or five
safety belts for the safety of you and your pas‐
sengers.
However, they can only offer protection when
adjusted correctly.
Information
Always make sure that safety belts are being
worn by all occupants before driving away.
Although airbags enhance safety by providing
added protection, they are not a substitute for
safety belts.
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Mini Cooper S Countryman 2016 Owners Manual Summary of Content

MINI Paceman: entry in the rear1. Pull the lever on the back of the seat upward, arrow 1.The backrest folds forward.2. Push against the backrest to move the seatforward, arrow 2.To make it easier to enter the car in the rear,push back the safety belt on the lower beltguide rail if necessary.Restoring the original seat positionThe driver's seat has a mechanical memoryfunction for the forward/backward seat settingand the backrest setting.1.Push the seat back to the original position.Do not fold back the backrest until the seatis in its original position; otherwise, the seatwill engage in its current position. If thishappens, adjust the forward/backward position manually, refer to page 36.2. Fold back the backrest to lock the seat.WARNINGThere is risk of jamming when moving theseats. There is risk of injuries or risk of propertydamage. Make sure that the area of movementof the seat is clear prior to any adjustment.WARNINGUnexpected movements of the backrestwhile driving may occur due to an unlockedbackrest. Vehicle control could be lost. There isrisk of injuries. Fold back and lock the backrestsbefore driving.Seat heatingSwitching onThe temperature setting progresses one stepthrough its control sequence each time youpress the button. The maximum temperature isreached when three LEDs are lit.If the trip is continued within approx. 15 minutes, the seat heating is activated automatically with the temperature set last.The temperature is reduced, if need be, downto no heat in order to reduce the load on thebattery. The LEDs remain lit.Switch offPress the button longer.Safety beltsNumber of safety beltsYour vehicle has been fitted with four or fivesafety belts for the safety of you and your passengers.However, they can only offer protection whenadjusted correctly.InformationAlways make sure that safety belts are beingworn by all occupants before driving away.Although airbags enhance safety by providingadded protection, they are not a substitute forsafety belts.Seite 38CONTROLSAdjusting38Online Edition for Part no. 01 40 2 964 433 - VI/15