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Q: How do I adjust the shoulder belts height?

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How do I adjust the shoulder belts height?

The height of the shoulder belt on the front seats can be adjusted to fit you best. Before driving, you should always adjust the shoulder belt so that the belt runs over your shoulder, and not around your arm or into your neck. To adjust the shoulder belt height, press and hold the button on the belt retractor, and move the retractor up or down to the desired position. Release the button and attempt to move the retractor, to make sure it is locked in place.

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