Chrysler Entervan XT Operating instructions

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2008 - 2010 Chrysler
Entervan® XT
Foldout Lowered Floor
Minivan Conversion
Private Use
35477 Rev A
Congratulations
We at The Braun Corporation wish to express our fullest appreciation on your new purchase. With you in mind, our skilled craftsmen
have designed and assembled the finest lowered floor vehicle available.
This manual includes safety precautions, operating instructions,
manual operating instructions, and instructions for maintenance and
lubrication procedures.
Your conversion is built for dependability, and will bring you years
of pleasure and independence, as long as the maintenance is performed
regularly and the vehicle is operated by an instructed person.
Sincerely,
THE BRAUN CORPORATION
Ralph W. Braun
Chief Executive Officer
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CONTENTS
Warranty and Registration
Instructions ................................................................ 2
Introduction ................................................................ 3
Operation Quick Reference Guide ....................... 4, 5
Features ................................................................. 6, 7
Safety Precautions .................................................... 8
Operation
Terminology .......................................................... 9
Control System ..................................................... 9
Control Switches ............................................ 10-14
Ramp Access Sliding Door ........................... 14, 15
Kneel System ................................................ 16, 17
Ramp Safety .................................................. 22-24
Wheelchair and Occupant Restraint ................ 25-33
Seat Removal and Installation
Front Seats (General Information) ................ 34, 35
Seat Base Rear Covers ...................................... 36
Seat Electrical Harnesses ............................. 37-39
Front Seat Removal ...................................... 40, 41
Front Seat Installation ................................... 42, 43
Third Row Seats ........................................... 44, 45
Third Row Seat Footrest ..................................... 46
Preventive Maintenance ................................... 48, 49
Power Ramp Operation ...................................... 18
Auxiliary Power Supply and Below
Floor Obstructions ............................................. 50-53
Power Ramp Safety ........................................... 19
Jacking and Tire Changing ................................ 54-56
Power Ramp Manual Operation ......................... 20
Towing ...................................................................... 57
Ramp Electrical Override .................................... 21
Reporting Safety Defects ....................................... 58
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WARRANTY AND REGISTRATION
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INTRODUCTION
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conversions are designed to
provide years of pleasure and
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maintenance procedures will help
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disregard information that does
not apply. Contact the Customer
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not understood.
One of our Customer Experience
Group representatives will direct
you to a Braun authorized service
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The Operation Quick Reference
Guide hanging on the mirror
provides a condensed explanation of operation (shown at right).
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OPERATION QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE
Operation Overview
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operation. Read the entire manual for complete
details. Contact the Customer Experience Group
at 1-800-488-0359 if any of this information is not
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Open Functions: When activating the Open functions, the power door opens, the kneel system lowers
the rear of the vehicle and the ramp deploys.
Close Functions: When activating the Close functions, the ramp stows, the kneel system raises the
rear of the vehicle and the power door closes.
Manual Operation
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FEATURES
Electronic Control System:
The electronic control system
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activated using the OEM remote
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Passenger Side Power Slide
Door: The control system activates the passenger side power
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clear vertical passageway.
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door is lowered to provide clear
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Electromechanical Power
Kneeling Rear Suspension:
“Kneeling” is the lowering motion of the electromechanical
rear suspension. The kneel
feature reduces the slope of the
ramp when deployed.
Ground Clearance: The
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ground clearance. Be aware of
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lowered sliding doors.
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removed and adaptive driving
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front seating positions.
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
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SAFETY FIRST!
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OPERATION
Before Operation
Before utilizing conversion
features, park the vehicle on a
level surface away from vehicular
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Terminology
“Kneeling” is the lowering motion
of the electromechanical rear
suspension. The term “deploy”
(unfold) indicates the lowering
motion of the ramp to the deployed position. “Stow” (fold) is
the raising motion of the ramp to
the vertical (stowed) position.
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functions that will occur when
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Open functions, the power door
opens, the kneel system lowers
the rear of the vehicle and the
ramp deploys. When activating
Close functions, the ramp stows,
the kneel system raises the rear
of the vehicle and the power
door closes.
Control System
Conversion power functions
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control system. The control
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the remote keyless entry transmitter or any one of the controls
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OPERATION
Control Switches
For your convenience, conversion
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entry transmitter or one of the
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on pages 11-13.
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switches provided on the remote
keyless entry transmitter and in
the overhead console will unlock
the passenger side slide door and
activate the conversion power
door, kneel and ramp functions.
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on the wall panels to the front and
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seat passengers including small
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switches.
Remote Keyless Entry
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transmitter eliminates the need
for an additional remote control.
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OPERATION
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OPERATION
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located on the driver side of the
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16 for further details.
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keyless entry transmitter
or one of the interior control switches to activate the
power sliding door (control
switches detailed on pages
10-13). When a control
switch is activated, the door
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of functions is complete,
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closing, the door will reverse
direction to the fully closed or
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door handles are used while the
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a control switch and the door
will open fully. The power door
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which the power door operates. Ensure door travel path
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property damage may occur
during power door operation.
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operates. Failure to
do so may result in
bodily injury and/or
property damage.
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The passenger side power
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manually. Unlock the passenger sliding door. Open the
slide door from inside or outside
using the OEM door handles.
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OPERATION
Automatic Kneel System
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kneel system lowers the rear of
the vehicle. Lowering the rear
of the vehicle reduces the slope
of the ramp.
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system. This feature provides
the option of kneeling the vehicle
when operating the power door
and power ramp. The Kneel
switch is located on the driver
side of the center console (see
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switch turns the kneel system on
and off only. The Kneel switch
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order for the kneeling system to
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the power sliding door starts to
open. When the Close functions are activated, the rear of
the vehicle starts to raise at the
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kneeled position and the Close
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switch is switched from Off to
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to activate kneel feature.
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kneeled position (with ramp
deployed) and the transmission
is disengaged from Park “P,” the
ramp will stow and the vehicle
will raise.
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position for extended periods of
time.
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not functioning properly, have
the kneel system repaired immediately. Do not drive with the
rear of the vehicle in the lowered
position. Attempting to do so will
result in an extremely rough and
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Contact your sales representative or call 1-800-488-0359. One
of our Customer Experience
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you to an authorized service
center.
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with seat in raised position).
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incorporated in the kneel system.
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the rear of the vehicle only.
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located under the driver side
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the switch to release the kneel
system (raise vehicle). Release
the switch when the rear of the
vehicle has raised fully. The
kneel actuator motor will ratchet
(make clicking sound).
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Override
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release kneel (raise vehicle).
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OPERATION
Power Ramp Operation
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the electronic control system
using any of the control switches
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a control switch is activated to
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(simultaneously with the kneel
system).
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while the ramp is in motion
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motor will stop running. Activating a control switch again will
start the Close functions (ramp
will stow, vehicle will raise and
the door will close).
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must travel from the full closed
position to the full open position in
order for the ramp to deploy.
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ramp continues to slowly lower
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force of gravity.
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is disengaged from Park “P” while
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stow immediately.
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resistance. Press a control switch
again and the ramp will stow and
the door will close.
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the ramp motor stops running
when the ramp reaches the nearly
horizontal position (approximately
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fully before boarding.
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result in damage.
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when deploying or stowing the ramp. Keep clear of
all power ramp moving parts. Do not attempt to grip
or hold the ramp or ramp folding mechanism during
operation.
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result in serious
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OPERATION
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manually stowing and deploying
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manually deploying or stowing
the ramp. The ramp will free-fall.
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the vehicle only if an assistant
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incorporated in the power ramp
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to electrically power the ramp.
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(fold) the ramp only.
The Ramp Override Switch is
located rear of the ramp in the
lower wall panel. Press and
hold the switch to stow (fold) the
ramp. Release the switch when
the ramp is fully stowed (stops).
Caution: If you stop pressing
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ramp is fully stowed, the ramp
may free-fall.
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to stow (fold) the ramp.
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OPERATION
Ramp Safety
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her wheelchair, that dictate the method in which he
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under the direction of your health care professional,
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safely.
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attendant are intoxicated. The wheelchair should
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exit the conversion
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safest manner.
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should position and
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the wheelchairequipped occupant
seat belt before
loading onto the
wheelchair ramp.
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result in serious
bodily injury and/or
property damage.
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onto a wheelchair ramp.
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care professional.
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slope of the ramp has a direct effect on the center of
gravity. Keep in mind your center of gravity and your
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speed when on the ramp. Do not accelerate suddenly when on the ramp. Do not raise the front
wheelchair wheels (pull wheelie) when on the
conversion ramp.
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OPERATION
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recommended for optimum safety. Wheelchair passengers who intend to enter and exit their conversion
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characteristics of their personal wheelchair and his or
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wheelchair is in motion on the ramp.
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Wheelchair Orientation and Securement During
Transport: The wheelchair and occupant must face
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the Forward-Facing Wheelchair and Occupant Belt
and Track System when riding in the conversion.
See pages 25-33 for details.
WHEELCHAIR AND OCCUPANT RESTRAINT
One Forward-Facing Wheelchair
and Occupant Belt Kit is supplied
for the restraint of one wheelchair
and occupant (details follow). “Ltrack” is provided in the vehicle
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seating positions. Wheelchair
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additional wheelchair passenger.
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securement of wheelchair passengers.
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driving systems custom tailored
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representative.
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wheelchair occupant.
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track restraint system.
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WHEELCHAIR AND OCCUPANT RESTRAINT
No product developed
to date can guarantee
successful securement
of the wheelchair, even
at low speeds, in the
event of an accident.
The Braun Wheelchair
and Occupant Belt/Track
System does meet the
most widely referenced
Federal Motor Vehicle
Safety Standards used
for contemporary
restraint equipment.
However, this equipment
does not ensure stability
of the wheelchair in the
event of an accident at
any speed.
Wheelchair Restraint: Four
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EHOWVDUHSURYLGHGIRUVHFXUHment of the wheelchair (two for
the front and two for the rear).
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which installs in the vehiclemounted “L” track (details on
pages 28 and 29). A hook is
positioned on the opposite end
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wheelchair. Do not attach
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components such as armrests
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and instructions on pages 28-33
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Over-Center
Belts
(four supplied)
Lap Belt
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(supplied)
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(optional)
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supplied. A rigid lap
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securement of the wheelchair occuSDQW7KHH[WHQVLRQEHOWLVHTXLSSHG
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which installs in the vehicle-mounted
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positioned on the opposite end of the
extension for attachment to an OEM
factory-installed upper torso lap and
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extension. Position the upper torso
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low across the front of the pelvis
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pages 30 and 31 and photos on
page 33.
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31 and photos on page 33.
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restricted.
owner’s manual. Follow all safety
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(hooks, keepers, latch plate, receptacle), or track, discontinue use and
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WHEELCHAIR AND OCCUPANT RESTRAINT
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approximately as shown in Figure 2. Preferred
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achieved in some cases.
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45°
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Page 28
Restraint Belt Angles
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procedures.
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A
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B
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track (align two engagement feet with holes in
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in either direction until it
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track.
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Page 29
WHEELCHAIR AND OCCUPANT RESTRAINT
Over-center
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Page 30
Over-center
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shown. Attachment procedures
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Page 31
WHEELCHAIR AND OCCUPANT RESTRAINT
Over-Center Belt
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SEAT REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
Front Seats: In an effort to
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customer needs, the driver and
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removed. This feature allows
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accommodate owner needs.
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turn engine off
before removing
or installing seats.
Failure to do so may
result in serious
bodily injury and/or
property damage.
Page 34
Driver and passenger side front
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all seat electrical harnesses are
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seat electrical harness plug must
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details are provided on pages
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all seat electrical harnesses.
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seat option for front seats is interfaced in the driver seat electrical
wiring harness. The passenger
seat heated seat feature is disDEOHGLIWKHGULYHUVHDWLVUHPRYHG
(“B” pillar harness disconnected).
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wiring harness plug
to socket provided
at top of seat base
before removing front
seat. Failure to do so
may result in serious
bodily injury and/or
property damage.
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heated seat option, the OEM
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wiring harness. When the driver
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Page 35
SEAT REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
Seat Base Rear Covers
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removed when removing and
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the ends of the covers and lift
to remove them. Engage keys
with slots and lock covers in
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Page 36
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“B” pillar). See Figures A and
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details on pages 38 and 39).
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SEAT REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
Disconnect seat
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before removing
seat. Failure to do
so may result in
property damage.
Connect front seat
wiring harness plug
to socket provided
at top of seat base
before removing front
seat. Failure to do so
may result in serious
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property damage.
Page 38
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illuminating.
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seat is removed (“B” pillar harness
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top of the connector (“TOP” decal
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detailed here and on page 39.
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are provided in receptacle sockets. Receptacle sockets have a
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alignment guides (keys).
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28
23
33
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34
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16
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Page 39
SEAT REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
Front Seat Bases
Front Seat Removal Instructions
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wheels.
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as shown.
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SEAT REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
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Page 42
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easy alignment.
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strikers are locked in seat attachments.
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Page 43
SEAT REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
Third Row Seats
Folding (tipping) Third Row Seats
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driving.
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Page 44
To Fold (tip forward) Third Row
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occupying seats or
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seat (pull release strap #1).
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SEAT REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
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PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE
Maintenance is necessary to
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conversion operation. General
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contaminants which could result in
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AUXILIARY POWER SUPPLY AND BELOW FLOOR OBSTRUCTIONS
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provided on pages 50-53 of this
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Auxiliary Power Supply: Do not
connect auxiliary devices directly
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AUXILIARY POWER SUPPLY AND BELOW FLOOR OBSTRUCTIONS
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JACKING AND TIRE CHANGING
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REPORTING SAFETY DEFECTS
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