Mercedes-Benz C-Class: Releasing seat belts - Seat belts - Occupant safety - Safety - Mercedes-Benz C-Class Owners ManualMercedes-Benz C-Class: Releasing seat belts

guide belt tongue 2 back towards belt Press release button 4 and guide belt tongue 2 back towards belt sash guide 1.

fully rolled Make sure that the seat belt is fully rolled up. Otherwise, the seat belt or belt tongue will be trapped in the door or in the seat mechanism. This could damage the door, the door trim panel and the seat belt.
Damaged seat belts can no longer fulfill their protective function and must be replaced. Consult an authorized Mercedes-Benz Center.

    Belt height adjustment
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    Belt warning for the driver and front passenger
    Regardless of whether the driver and front passenger have fastened their seat belts already, the seat belt warning lamp lights up for 6 seconds after every engine start. It then goes out if t ...

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