TO RETURN THE REAR SEAT
BACK TO ITS ORIGINAL
Move aside the seat belts, check that
they are not twisted.
Raise the seat backrests and push them
back until hearing the locking click of
both retainers; the "red band" B aside
the levers A shall no longer be visible.
The "red band" B actually indicates that
the backrest is not properly secured.
IMPORTANT Make sure the head re-
straints are properly positioned.
Make sure the backrest
is properly secured at
both sides ("red bands" B-
fig. 96 not visible) to prevent
it moves forward in the event
of sharp braking causing in-
juries to passengers.
ANCHORING THE LOAD
The boot houses 4 hooks A-fig. 97
for anchoring ropes in order to guaran-
tee perfect load anchoring.
A heavy load that has
not been secured may
cause serious harm.
If you want to carry
reserve fuel in a can,
follow law regulations, only
using a certified can, suitably
fastened to the load securing
eyelets. Even in this way the
risk of fire is increased in the
case of an accident.