Kia Carens: Rear seat adjustment / Walk-in seat (2nd row seat, if equipped)

Kia Carens RP (2013-2018) Owners Manual / Safety features of your vehicle / Front seat adjustment - manual / Rear seat adjustment / Walk-in seat (2nd row seat, if equipped)

To get in or out of the 3rd row seat:

1. Routing the seat belt webbing through the rear seat belt guide clip. After inserting the seat belt, tighten the belt webbing by pulling it up.

2. Pull up the walk-in lever (1) on the 2nd row seatback.

3. The 2nd row seatback will be folded and push the seat to the farthest forward position (2).

After getting in or out, slide the 2nd row seat to the farthest rearward position and pull the seatback firmly backward until it clicks into place. Make sure that the seat is locked in place.

WARNING

Never attempt to adjust while the vehicle is moving or the 2nd row seat is occupied as the seat may suddenly move and cause the passenger on the seat to be injured.

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