MAZDA MODEL 6 2005 (in English) Owner's Manual

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qHeight Adjustment (Drivers
Seat)
Front height adjustment
To adjust the front height of the seat-
bottom, raise or lower the front of the
slide lifter switch on the left side of th

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qHead Restraint
WARNING
Head Restraints Adjustment:
Driving with the head restraints
adjusted too low or removed is
dangerous. With no support behind
your head, your neck could be
s

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Rear Seat
WARNING
Stacking Cargo:
Stacking luggage or other cargo
higher than the seatbacks, and placing
articles on the rear package tray or on
the luggage compartment cover is
dan

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WARNING
Children and the Folding Rear Seats:
Playing with the folding rear seats is
dangerous. Once the seats are back
up, a child in the trunk would not be
able to get out the way

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CAUTION
Be careful of the following when using
the remote handle levers:
lOn a downward slope, the seatback
could flip forward faster than on a
flat area.
lOn an upward slope, the s

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qEasy Fold Down Rear Seatbacks
and Seat Bottom for Added
Luggage Space (5-Door/Sport
Wagon)
The seatback and seat bottom can be
folded down to provide a flat surface
extending from

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CAUTION
Always unfasten the lap portion of the
belt before folding the rear-left
seatback. Leaving the lap portion of the
belt fastened could cause damage to the
seat belt, buckle a

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WARNING
Seat Belts Caught Under Seatbacks:
A seat belt caught under a seatback
after the seatback is returned to its
upright position is dangerous. In a
collision or sudden stop, th

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qArmrest
The armrest can be used or placed upright.
WARNING
Positioning the Shoulder Belt Over theArmrest:
Positioning the shoulder portion of a
rear seat belt over the armrest is
d

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Seat Belt Precautions
Seat belts help to decrease the possibility of severe injury during accidents and sudden
stops. Mazda recommends that the driver and all passengers always wear