HONDA CIVIC SEDAN 2001 (in English) Owner's Guide

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

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HONDA CIVIC SEDAN 2001   (in English) Owners Guide After all occupants have adjusted
their seats and put on seat belts, it is
very important that they continue to
sit upright, well back in their seats,
with their feet on the floor, until the
car is pa

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HONDA CIVIC SEDAN 2001   (in English) Owners Guide Because protecting the mother is the
best way to protect her unborn child,
a pregnant woman should always
wear a seat belt whenever she drives
or rides in a vehicle.
Remember to keep the lap portion o

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HONDA CIVIC SEDAN 2001   (in English) Owners Guide Carrying hard or sharp
objects on your lap, or driving with
a pipe or other sharp object in
your mouth, can result in injuries
if your f ront airbag inf lates.
Any object
attached to or placed on the

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HONDA CIVIC SEDAN 2001   (in English) Owners Guide (See page
.)
To reduce the number of child
deaths and injuries, every state and
Canadian province requires that
inf ants and children be restrained
whenever they ride in a vehicle. Each year, many chi

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HONDA CIVIC SEDAN 2001   (in English) Owners Guide Front airbags have been designed to
help protect adults in a moderate to
severe f rontal collision. To do this,
the passenger’s f ront airbag is quite
large, and it inf lates with tremendous
speed.I

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HONDA CIVIC SEDAN 2001   (in English) Owners Guide CONT INUED
To remind you of the passenger’s
f ront airbag hazards, and that
children must be properly restrained
in the back seat, your car has
warninglabelsonthedashboardand
on the driver’s and f

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HONDA CIVIC SEDAN 2001   (in English) Owners Guide Many parents say they pref er to put
an infant or small child in the front
passenger seat so they can watch the
child, or because the child requires
attention.
Placing a child in the f ront seat
expos

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HONDA CIVIC SEDAN 2001   (in English) Owners Guide Using this f eature will
prevent children f rom opening the
doors and accidentally f alling out
(see page ).
Using
this f eature will prevent children
f rom playing with the windows,
which could expos

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HONDA CIVIC SEDAN 2001   (in English) Owners Guide The f ollowing pages give general
guidelines f or selecting and installing
child seats f or inf ants and small
children.To provide proper protection, a child
seat should meet three
requirements:
The c

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HONDA CIVIC SEDAN 2001   (in English) Owners Guide Bef ore purchasing a child seat, we
recommend that parents test the
child seat in the specif ic vehicle
seating position (or positions) where
they intend to use the seat. If a
previously purchased chi