Kia Optima: Rear safety belts - Front Lap/Shoulder Belt - Safety Belts - Knowing your vehicle - Kia Optima MS/Magentis 2000-2005 Owners ManualKia Optima: Rear safety belts

Two kinds of belts are provided:

Rear Lap/Shoulder Belt (Outboard Seats)

To fasten the rear lap/shoulder belt:

1. Grasp the buckle and tongue plate.

2. Slowly pull the lap/shoulder belt out.

3. Insert the tongue plate into the open end of the buckle until an audible click

3. Insert the tongue plate into the open end of the buckle until an audible click is heard, indicating the belt is locked in the buckle.

4. Position the lap portion of the belt across your lap as LOW ON THE HIPS as

4. Position the lap portion of the belt across your lap as LOW ON THE HIPS as possible to reduce the risk of sliding under it during an accident. Adjust the belt to a SNUG FIT by pulling up on the shoulder portion of the safety belt. The belt retractor is designed to take up excess webbing automatically and to maintain tension on the belt. This is for your safety. Do not put excess slack into the safety belt.

To unfasten:

Press the button on the buckle and allow the belt to slowly retract.

WARNING - Rear Lap/Shoulder Safety Belts WARNING - Rear Lap/Shoulder Safety Belts

Failure to follow these warnings could increase the chance and severity of injury in an accident.

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