HONDA CIVIC SEDAN 2001 (in English) User Guide

HONDA CIVIC SEDAN 2001 (in English) User Guide CIVIC SEDAN 2001 HONDA HONDA https://www.carmanualsonline.info/img/13/34588/w960_34588-0.png HONDA CIVIC SEDAN 2001 (in English) User Guide

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HONDA CIVIC SEDAN 2001   (in English) User Guide Foryoursafety,andthesafetyof
your passengers, your car is
equipped with seat belts in all seating
positions.
These saf ety f eatures are designed
to reduce the severity of injuries in a
crash. However

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HONDA CIVIC SEDAN 2001   (in English) User Guide When properly worn, seat belts:Keep you connected to the vehicle
so you can take advantage of the
car’s built-in saf ety f eatures.
Help protect you in almost every
type of crash, including f rontal

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HONDA CIVIC SEDAN 2001   (in English) User Guide Your car has a Supplemental
Restraint System (SRS) with f ront
airbags to help protect the heads and
chests of the driver and a front seat
passenger during a moderate to
severe f rontal collision.The

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HONDA CIVIC SEDAN 2001   (in English) User Guide How you adjust your seats and seat-
backs can also affect your safety. For
example, sitting too close to the
steering wheel or dashboard
increases the risk of you or your
passenger being injured by st

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HONDA CIVIC SEDAN 2001   (in English) User Guide All adults, and children who have
outgrown child saf ety seats, are
wearing their seat belts and
wearingthemproperly(seepage).
Any inf ant or small child is
properly restrained in a child seat
intheba

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HONDA CIVIC SEDAN 2001   (in English) User Guide The f ollowing pages provide
instructions on how to properly
protect the driver and other adult
occupants.
These instructions also apply to
children who have outgrown child
seats and are large enough

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HONDA CIVIC SEDAN 2001   (in English) User Guide Most shorter drivers can get f ar
enough away f rom the steering
wheel and still reach the pedals.
However, if you are concerned about
sitting too close, we recommend that
you investigate whether some

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HONDA CIVIC SEDAN 2001   (in English) User Guide See page f or how to adjust the
head restraints.
Bef ore driving, make sure everyone
with an adjustable head restraint has
properly positioned the head
restraint. The restraint should be
positioned so

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HONDA CIVIC SEDAN 2001   (in English) User Guide If necessary, pull up on the belt again
to remove any slack from the
shoulder part, then check that the
belt rests across the center of your
chest and over your shoulder. Thisspreads the f orces of a

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HONDA CIVIC SEDAN 2001   (in English) User Guide Adjust the steering wheel, if needed,
so that the wheel points toward your
chest, not toward your f ace.
Pointing the steering wheel toward
your chest provides optimal
protection f rom the airbag.
See
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