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TABLE OF CONTENTS
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Seat Belt ....................................................... 8-4
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How to Fasten the Three Point Seat Belt .. 8-5
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How to Fasten the Seat Belts in
Second Row Center Seat ........................... 8-6
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Child Restraints and Pregnant Woman ..... 8-8
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Securing a Child Restrain System with
“ISOFIX” System and “Tether Anchorage”
System* ...................................................... 8-10
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Warnings for Seat Belt .............................. 8-16
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Air Bag ....................................................... 8-19
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Warnings for Air Bag ................................. 8-23
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To protect you and your passengers in the event of an accident, it is highly recommended that the seat belts should be used
by all occupants inside of your vehicle.
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Front Air Bags
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Three point
seat belt
Three point
seat belt
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Three point
seat belt
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Curtain Air Bag
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Three point
seat belt
Lap belt or three point
seat belt (If equipped)
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The Restraint Systems Include:
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• Air bags
• Seat belts
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• Seat belt pretensioners (For Front Seat)
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As independent systems, their protective functions complement one another.
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Fastening the Seat Belt
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When seat belts are not used or improperly worn, they may not only work as designed, but
also cause some injuries to occupants. In addition, air bags can protect occupants when the
occupants are wearing their seat belts. Air bags may cause injuries to occupants if they do not
wear or inappropriately use their seat belts.
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WARNING
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• Before driving, all occupants should fasten their seat belts. If not, the occupants can seriously be injured
in a collision or sudden maneuvering of the vehicle.
• Each seat belt should be used by only one occupant at a time.
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• Seat belts and air bags can significantly minimize possible injury to occupants. But they cannot perfectly
protect occupants from fatal collisions or injury.
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• Modifications and improper maintenance for the safety systems could cause serious injury. The safety
systems including seat belts should be checked and repaired by only a Ssangyong Dealer or Ssangyong
Authorized Service Center.
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• An infant or small child should always be restrained in an infant or child restraint.
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SEAT BELT
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SEAT BELT IN FRONT SEATS
Seat Belt Height Adjustment
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• To raise the seat belt, slide the
seat belt height adjustor up.
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• To lower the seat belt, press the
button and slide it down.
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WARNING
Fastening the Seat Belt
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• Adjust the seat belt height before
driving.
• Shoulder belt should be positioned midway over the shoulder, never across
the neck.
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• Insert the metal latch plate into the buckle
until it clicks.
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• To unfasten the seat belt, press the button on the buckle.
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Pretensioner (for Front Seat)*
When a severe frontal impact occurs, seat
belt pretensioners rewind the seat belts
immediately to restrain the occupants to
their seats. It helps the effective operation
of the seat belts and airbags.
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HOW TO FASTEN THE THREE POINT SEAT BELT
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1. Pull out the latch plate from the
retractor. If the seat belt is locked
when being pulled out, rewind it completely in the retractor, then pull it out
to the desired length.
2. Position the shoulder belt across the
body and the lap belt as low as possible across the hips. Insert the latch
plate into the buckle until it clicks.
4. Pull the latch plate to make sure it is
securely locked. A slack belt will
greatly reduce the protection afforded
to the wearer.
3. Adjust the seat belt height as
needed.
5. To unfasten the seat belt, press the
red button on the buckle.
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CAUTION
CAUTION
Sometimes you have to forcefully pull the
belt out.
WARNING
Sit back in the seat with the seatback in an
upright position and wear the seat belt.
WARNING
Make sure that the seat belt webbing is not
twisted.
Improperly worn seat belts could cause
serious injury or death.
• Put the lap belt as low as possible
across the hips. Do not put it across the
waist. In an accident, the belt may apply
pressure to your abdomen. This may
cause internal injuries.
• The shoulder belt should be positioned
midway over the shoulder, never across
the neck.
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HOW TO FASTEN THE SEAT BELTS IN SECOND ROW CENTER SEAT
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LAP BELT (GENERAL)
1. Pull out the latch plate at the right
of the seat.
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Put the lap belt as low as possible
across the hips. Do not put it across
waist. In an accident, the belt may apply pressure to your abdomen. This
may cause serious internal injuries.
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To lengthen, hold the metal latch plate
at a right angle to the belt and pull the
belt. To shorten, pull the free end of the
belt away from the latch plate, then pull
the belt clip to take up the slack.
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2. Insert the metal latch plate into the buckle until it clicks. Position the belt as low as possible across your hips, not
across your abdomen.
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3. If the belt is too tight or slack on your hips,
readjust the belt.
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4. To unfasten the seat belt, press the red
button on the buckle.
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REAR THREE POINT SEAT BELT (CENTER SEAT)
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1. Pull out the smaller latch plate (B) from upper retractor (1).
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2. Insert it into the black buckle (3) until it clicks.
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3. Pull out the bigger latch plate (A) and position the seat belt across your shoulder, chest
and hips.
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4. Insert it into the buckle (2) until it clicks.
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WARNING
• Make sure to fasten the seat belt according to the
order as described so that it functions properly.
• To prevent the seat belt from bumping against the
rear glass, unfasten the seat belt while holding it.
• This seat belt is designed only for a passenger
who sits on the center seat in the rear seat.
• Tug on the seat belt to make sure that the latch
plate is securely locked.
• Make sure that the seat belt is not twisted.
• Improper wearing of seat belts increases the
chance of injury or death in case of a collision.
• Position the seat belt away from your neck and
abdomen.
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CAUTION
Stow the seat belt into the console when it is not in
use.
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CHILD RESTRAINTS AND PREGNANT WOMAN
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PREGNANT WOMEN
CHILD RESTRAINTS
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We recommend that pregnant women
use the seat belts throughout their
pregnancy. Keeping the mother safe is
the best way to keep the baby safe.
When transporting infants or small children, an appropriate child restraint
system should always be used. The child restraint system should be appropriate for your child’s weight and height and properly fit the car’s seat.
Accident statistics indicate that children are safer when properly restrained
in the rear seat rather than in the front seat.
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• Pregnant women should wear the lap
part of the belt across the thighs and
as sung across the hips as possible.
• Keep the belt low so that it does not
come across the abdomen. That way
the strong bones of the hips will take
the force if there is a collision.
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WARNING
• Infants and tiny children should always be restrained in an infant or child restraint.
• NEVER INSTALL A REAR-FACING CHILD RESTRAINT IN THE FRONT SEAT WITH
FRONT PASSENGER AIR BAG.
• A child in a rear-facing child restraint installed in the front seat can be seriously
injured if the front passenger air bag inflates. Secure a rear-facing child restraint
in the rear seat.
• A front-facing child restraint should be secured in the rear seat whenever possible.
If installed in the front passenger seat, adjust the seat as far back as it will go.
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• When installing a child restraint system, follow the instructions provided by the
manufacturer.
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• When your child restraint is not in use, secure it in the vehicle with the seat belt
or remove it from the vehicle.
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• In a collision an unrestrained child, even a tiny baby, can become a missile inside
the vehicle. The force required to hold even an infant on your lap can become so
great that you could not hold the child, no matter how strong you are.
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• Do not allow a child in the cargo areas while the vehicle is moving.
• If the shoulder belt contacts the face or neck, move the child closer to the center
of the vehicle. Never allow a child to put the shoulder belt under an arm or behind
their back.
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• Please note that the three point seat belt is designed for a person who is taller
than 140 cm.
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INFANT AND CHILD SAFETY
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Child Seat
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Children that are too small to use the seat belts must be properly secured in a child restraint system.
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• Do not place a child restraint system in the front seat. The infant or child could be severely injured by an air bag inflation in case of an
accident.
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• Use only the qualified child restraint systems. Follow the manufacturer’s instructions for installation and use of the child restraint systems.
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• Do not carry your child on your lap while driving. You cannot resist against the impact pressure in an accident. The child could be
crushed between you and the parts of vehicle.
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• Remember that a child restraint seat left in a concealed vehicle can cause it to be very hot. Check the seating surface before putting
your child in the child restraint.
• When your child restraint is not in use, store it in the trunk or keep it secured with a seat belt to prevent it from being thrown forward in
case of a sudden stop or an accident.
• Never leave children or old persons unattended in a concealed vehicle. When the inside temperature increases very high, they may be
in danger.
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• When installing a child restraint, do not let the seat belts come across the child’s neck.
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SECURING A CHILD RESTRAIN SYSTEM WITH “ISOFIX” SYSTEM AND “TETHER ANCHORAGE” SYSTEM*
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ISOFIX system is a standardised method of fitting child seats that eliminates the need to use the stadard adult seatbelt to
secure the seat in the vehicle.
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This enables a much more secure and positive location with the added benefit of easier and qucker installation. An ISOFIXseat can only be installed if it has vehicle-specific approval in accordance with the requirements of ECE-R44
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Locations of ISOFIX Lower Anchors and Top
Tether
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1. Two ISOFIX lower anchors seat are installed at bottom of
seatback at each side seat as shown in the figure.
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2. The ISOFIX lower anchors can be identified by the symbol (13 mm of diameter) attached on the top surface.
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3. Three ISOFIX top tethers are installed at the upper side
of seatback.
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Top tether
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The ISOFIX lower anchor is exposed when you widen the space
between seatback and cushion.
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How to use ISOFIX Lower Anchor
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1. Pull up the seatback folding lever of second row seat and make the seatback in upright position.
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How to use Top Tether
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1. Remove the head restraint from the
second row seat.
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Child seat
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Child restraint
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3. Insert the child restraint attachments into the ISOFIX lower
anchors until you hear click sound.
Top tether connector
4. Adjust the seatback angle as desired.
2. Connect the top tether connector in child restraint to the
top tether on the seatback of the second row seat.
WARNING
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• When using the ISOFIX lower anchor, make sure that no interference are around the bar and the seat belt is not stuck.
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• Rock the child restraint to check if it is securely installed. Refer
to instructions provided by the manufacturer of the child restraint.
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• Do not install the child restraint if it hinders the operations of
front seat.
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3. Securely tighten the child restraint by adjusting the webbing of top tether connector.
WARNING
After removing the head restraint, store it in luggage compartment
or properly secure it. In a collision or sudden stop, it may cause
personal injury.
When the child restraint is not in use, make sure to install the head
restraint in the place.
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ISOFIX Child Restraint Systems Installation Suitability for Various ISOFIX Positions
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Mass Group
Size Class
Fixture
Frt Passenger
Rear Centre
Rear Out Board
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ISO/L1
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ISO/L2
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ISO/R1
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ISO/R1
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ISO/R2
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ISO/R3
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ISO/R2
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ISO/R3
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GROUP 0 UP TO 10KG
GROUP 0+ UP TO 13KG
GROUP I 9 TO 18KG
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IUF: Suitable for ISOFIX forward child restraints systems of universal category approved for use in this mass group.
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IL: Suitable for particular ISOFIX child restraint systems (CRS) given in attached list.
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These ISOFIX CRS are those of the “specific vehicle”, “restricted” or “semi-universal” categories.
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ISOFIX position not suitable ISOFIX child restraint systems in this mass group and/or this size class.
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WARNING FOR CHILD RESTRAINT
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• Use only the officially approved child restraint.
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Ssangyong is not responsible for the personal injury and
property damage due to the defect of child restraint.
• Group 0 & 0+
Rear facing child restraint fitted on the rear seat
• Group I
• Use only the child restraint with proper type and size
for your baby.
• Use only the child restraint at proper location.
• Child restraint has 5 categories based on the weight
as below:
Forward facing child restraint fitted on the rear seat
• Group II & III
Booster seat fitted on the rear seat with seat belt fastened
Always follow the installation and use instructions provided by the manufacturer of the booster seat.
GROUP 0: 0 ~ 10KG
GROUP 0+: 0 ~ 13KG
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GROUP I: 9 ~ 18KG
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GROUP II: 15 ~ 25KG
GROUP III: 22 ~ 36KG
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Child Restraint System Installation Suitability For Various Seating Positions
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Restraint
Device Figure
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Passenger
Rear
Centre
Rear Out
Board
Mounting Method of Vehicle
GROUP 0 UP TO 10KG
Rear facing child seat
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3-point belt rear-facing
GROUP 0+ UP TO 13KG
Rear facing child seat
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3-point belt rear-facing
GROUP I 9 TO 18KG
Forward facing child seat
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2-or 3-point belt
GROUP II 15 TO 25KG
Booster seat
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3-point belt
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GROUP III 22 TO 36KG
Booster seat
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3-point belt
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Suitable for “universal” category restraints approved for use in this mass group.
UF: Suitable for forward-facing “universal” category restraints approved for use in this mass group.
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Suitable for particular child restraints given on attached list. These restraints may be of the “semi-universal” categories.
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Seat position not suitable for children in this mass group.
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WARNINGS FOR SEAT BELT
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WARNINGS FOR SEAT BELT
• Always put on your shoulder belt over the shoulder and
across the chest. Do not put the shoulder belt across
your neck.
• Put the lap belt as low as possible across the hips. Do
not put it across the waist. In an accident, the belt may
apply pressure to your abdomen.
• Periodically check that the seat belt and its components
work properly. A damaged seat belt can cause serious
injuries. Repair or replace the damaged seat belt immediately at a Ssangyong Dealer or Ssangyong Authorized Service Center.
• Do not wear the shoulder belt under the arm. It increases the danger of sliding out of the belt and can
cause serious injury or even death. The belt may also
tighten the chest which is not as strong as the
shoulders. This may also result in serious internal
injuries.
• The warning light comes on whenever the ignition is
switched on. The light goes out when the driver’s seat
belt is securely fastened. If the light does not go off after fastening the seat belt, it means that there is a malfunction in the system. Have the seat belt system
checked by a Ssangyong Dealer or Ssangyong Authorized Service Center.
• Do not lock the seat belt with a clip or a clamp. If the
seat belt is too loose, it may not protect your body from
injury or death in an accident.
• Additional devices or accessories on the seat belt may
result in improper operation. Do not add any adjusting
devices which restrict the seat belt operation.
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• Before driving, all occupants should wear the seat belts.
Otherwise, occupants could be seriously injured in collisions or sudden maneuvers. In many countries, there
are regulations regarding the use of the seat belts.
Please observe local laws and regulations.
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• Do not buck up two or more persons with one seat belt.
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• Do not wear the seat belt over any hard or breakable
objects in pockets or on clothes.
• Periodically inspect all parts of the belt and have the
damaged parts replaced. The belt that has been overstretched in an accident must be replaced with a new
one. Ssangyong recommends replacing all component
parts of the seat belt after a collision. No replacement
is required after a minor collision if a Ssangyong Dealer
or Ssangyong Authorized Service Center finds that no
damage has occurred and everything is in proper working order. The seat belt components that were not used
during a collision must also be inspected and replaced
if they show signs of damage or faulty operation.
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• An infant and tiny child must be restrained in a child restraint system. Note that the three point seat belt is designed for a person who is taller than 140 cm.
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WARNINGS FOR SEAT BELT
• Replace the entire seat belt assembly after a severe impact even if the damage is not obvious.
• Never modify the seat belt.
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• Make sure that the latch plate is securely locked.
• When pregnant women use the seat belt, consult with
a doctor for specific recommendations.
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• Always keep the seat belts clean and dry. Care should
be taken to avoid contamination of the webbing with
polishes, oil and chemicals, and particularly battery acid.
Use mild soap and water for cleaning. The seat belt
must be replaced if webbing becomes frayed, contaminated or damaged.
• Keep the buckle clean.
• Seat belts are designed to bear upon the bony structure of the body, and should be worn low across the front
of the pelvis or the hips, chest and shoulders, as
applicable; wearing the lap section of the belt across
the abdominal area must be avoided.
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• Adjust the seat properly before wearing the seat belt.
• Seat belts should be adjusted as firmly as possible, consistent with comfort, to provide the protection for which
they have been designed. A slack belt will greatly reduce
the protection afforded to the wearer.
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• Care should be taken to avoid contamination of the webbing with polishes, oils and chemicals, and particularly
battery acid. Cleaning may safely be carried out using
mild soap and water. The belt should be replaced if
webbing becomes frayed, contaminated or damaged.
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• It is essential to replace the entire assembly after it has
been worn in a severe impact even if damage to the assembly is not obvious.
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• Belts should not be worn with straps twisted.
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• Sit back in the seat with the seatback in an upright position and wear the seat belt. If the seat belt is positioned too high or fastened too loose, it may not protect
your body from an injury or death in the event of a
collision.
• Do not recline the seatback more than needed for comfort while vehicle is in use. Seat belt is the most effective when the passenger sits back and straight up in
the seat. If the seatback is reclined too much, then the
risks of sliding under the lap belt and getting injured are
increased.
• If the latch plate is inserted into a wrong buckle, the belt
may exert pressure on your abdomen instead of your
pelvis. This may cause serious internal injury.
• If the seat belt is twisted, there will not be enough contact of the belt to spread the impact pressure.
• Each belt assembly must only be used by one
occupant; it is dangerous to put a belt around a child
being carried on the occupant’s lap.
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• No modifications or additions should be made by the
user which will either prevent the seat belt adjusting devices from operating to remove slack, or prevent the seat
belt assembly from being adjusted to remove slack.
• Do not install more than one child restraint lower anchorage point. The improperly increased load may
cause the anchorage points or tether to break, causing
serious injury or death.
• Do not install a child restraint at the centre of the rear
seat using the vehicle's ISOFIX anchors. The ISOFIX anchors are only provided for the left and right outboard
rear seating positions. Do not misuse the ISOFIX anchors by attempting to attach a child restraint seat in the
center of the rear seat to the ISOFIX anchors. In a crash,
the child restraint seat ISOFIX attachements may not be
strong enough to secure the child restraint properly in
the center of the rear seat and may break, causing serious injury or death.
• Attach the ISOFIX or ISOFIX compatible child restraint
only to the appropriate locations shown in the figure.
• Always follow the installation and use instructions provided by the manufacturer of the child restraint.
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AIR BAG
The air bag Supplemental Restraint System (SRS) can provide additional protection for the
driver and passenger in the event of a collision.
If this lamp does not go out after engine starting or comes on while driving, it means that
there is a malfunction in the system. Have the air bag system checked immediately by a
Ssangyong Dealer or Ssangyong Authorized Service Center.
Air Bag Warning Light
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Driver’s Air Bag
Passenger’s Air Bag*
Side Curtain Air Bag* (ACTYON)
The driver’s air bag is
located at center of the
steering wheel.
The front passenger’s air bag
is located on the dashboard.
The side curtain air bags are contained between right above
the front and rear doors and the end of the vehicle roof. The
side curtain air bag is designed to inflate only in an impact
to the side of the vehicle and protect occupants’ heads.
Pretensioner
(for Front Seat)*
When a severe frontal impact
occurs, seat belt pretensioners rewind the seat belts immediately to
restrain the occupants to their
seats. It helps the effective operation of the seat belts and airbags.
Pretensioner Activation
Load Limiter Activation
The seat belt pretensioners
remove slack from the
driver and passenger front
seat belts during a frontal
impact.
Immediately after a
collision, they loose the
belts to prevent from injuring the body from the
belt’s pressure.
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The Supplemental Restraint System air bag is designed to
supplement the seat belts and provide the driver and front
passenger with protection against head, chest, and other
injuries in the event of a collision. For maximum protection,
seat belts should always be worn by all occupants.
Therefore, the SRS is not a substitute for the seat belts,
but supplemental.
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Locations of Air Bag Warning Labels
WARNING
• The air bag system serves as a supplement to the seat belt. Make
sure you and your passengers always wear seat belts properly,
even if air bags are installed in the vehicle.
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• Depending on the severity or the angle of impact, the air bag
may not deploy.
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• The driver’s and front passenger’s air bags simultaneously
deploy.
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CAUTION
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If you see “SRS” on a certain area, the air bag is contained underneath it. Therefore, do not apply any impact upon it and never place
any accessories or objects on the area. And avoid any direct contact with the area.
AIR BAG INSPECTION
The air bag system should be inspected 10 years from
its installation regardless of its appearance and other
conditions.
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WARNING
As a reminder of possible dangers of the air bag, air bag warning
labels are affixed on the driver’s and front passenger’s sun visors.
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FRONT AIR BAGS
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Air Bag Operation
X The air bag inflates when:
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• In response to a severe frontal impact, the driver’s and front
passenger’s air bags deploy at the same time to supplement the seat belts to prevent or reduce any personal injuries.
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X The air bag can inflate when:
• Underbody impact from the road surface; impact against
the curb at a very high speed; dropping impact onto the
road surface with a large angle
X The air bag does not inflate when:
• Rollover, side impact or rear impact
• If the severity of impact to the vehicle is not significant.
Driver’s Air Bag
Passenger’s Air Bag*
The driver’s air bag is located at center of the
steering wheel.
The front passenger’s air bag
is located on the dashboard.
X The air bag seldom inflates when:
• Oblique impact, rollover
When front air bags deploy, the seat belt
pretensioners simultaneously work too.
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• Impact against narrow objects such as a utility pole or a tree
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• The front of the vehicle crashes into a high impact point
vehicle such as a truck
• Impact on the hood by falling stones
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• Moderate or severe impact to the middle of the vehicle body’s
side structure. In that case, only the side curtain air bags deploy.
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• Weak impact in which the sensor is unable to detect (under
the inflation requirements)
• The air bag warning lamp is on
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• The vehicle falls into a drainage or a puddle
Pretensioner (for Front Seat)*
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CURTAIN AIR BAG*
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Curtain Air Bag Operation
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X The air bag inflates when:
• A moderate to severe impact to the middle of the vehicle body’s side structure.
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X The air bag can inflate when:
• Vehicle rolls onto its side and causes a severe side
impact.
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X The air bag does not inflate when:
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• Frontal collision while vehicle stops or is moving at a
low speed.
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Side Curtain Air Bag
Curtain Air Bag
Sensor
This is located at the
bottom of the B pillar.
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The side curtain air bags are contained
between right above the front and rear doors
and the end of the vehicle roof. The side curtain air bag is designed to inflate only in an
impact to the side of the vehicle and protect
occupants’ heads.
• If the severity of impact to the vehicle is not significant.
X The air bag seldom inflates when:
• Oblique impact (diagonal direction)
• Frontal impact or rear impact
• Rollover but without a severe impact
• The air bag warning lamp is on
WARNING
• Do not apply any impact on the side curtain sensor. The air bag might deploy.
• Depending on the severity or the angle of impact, the side air bag may not
deploy.
• Do not bang the door. The side air bag might deploy.
• Even though the front air bags and the pretensioners work at the same
time, the side curtain air bags only deploy in a moderate to severe impact to
the middle of the vehicle body’s side structure.
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• Rear end collision
AIR BAG INSPECTION
The air bag system should be inspected 10 years
from its installation regardless of its appearance and
other conditions.
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WARNINGS FOR AIR BAG
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WARNINGS FOR AIR BAG (I)
• Do not diagnose the circuit with a circuit tester. Do not
attempt to modify any air bag components including the
steering wheel, air bag mounting area, and harness.
• Incorrect air bag inspection can be dangerous and
cause injuries. The air bag system must be disposed
only by a Ssangyong Dealer or Ssangyong Authorized
Service Center.
• Replace the steering wheel with only Ssangyong genuine parts.
• When the engine starts, the air bag warning lamp
comes on for a system check. It goes out after 6 seconds when the system is normal. If this warning lamp
stays on then the system may be defective. Have the air
bag system checked immediately by a Ssangyong
Dealer or Ssangyong Authorized Service Center.
• Never let small children or infants sit in the front passenger seat or be held in your arms. When the front air
bags deploy, they could be seriously injured or killed.
• The child restraint system should be installed in the
rear seat.
• The child restraint system must not be placed on the
front seat. The infant or child can severely be injured
by an air bag inflation in case of an accident.
• The seat belt and air bags are the most effective when
you sit well back and upright in the seat.
• Do not move your seat too close to the steering wheel
or dashboard. If you lower your head, the air bag can hit
your head during inflation and can cause severe injury
or even death.
• Do not impact any air bag components including the
steering wheel, air bag mounting area, and harness by
hand or tools. You may get injured by sudden
deployment.
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• The air bag contains explosive materials, so contact a
Ssangyong Dealer or Ssangyong Authorized Service
Center when trashing or replacing it.
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• The air bag components will be very hot after
deployment. Do not touch them.
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• Once the air bag system is triggered, the triggered air
bag assembly should be removed from the vehicle and
replaced with a new one.
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• Do not attach any objects such as a sticker, scent bottle,
or phone holder on the steering wheel pad and to the
dashboard.
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• Do not lean against the window or door or do not stretch
your arm through the window frame. If the side curtain
air bag deploys, you will be at great risk.
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• Do not place any objects between the side curtain air
bags and occupants. The object may prevent the air bag
from deploying or can be shot at you.
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WARNINGS FOR AIR BAG (II)
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• Do not bang the door. The front or side curtain air bags
might deploy.
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• Hold only the outer rim of the steering so that the air
bag can inflate without any hindrance.
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• Do not hold and operate the steering wheel by crossing your arms. You could get seriously injured when the
air bag deploys.
• Do not place your face or chest near the steering wheel
and dashboard. Also, do not allow anyone to place their
hands, leg or face on the dashboard. The air bag cannot work properly.
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• When the air bag inflates, it makes a loud noise and
smoke. However, the smoke is a non-toxic nitrogen gas.
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• When the air bag deploys, non-toxic gas will come out.
This gas may cause skin, eyes or nose irritation. Wash
it out with cold and clean water and consult your doctor
if irritation continues.
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• When any repairs are needed for the steering wheel, or
when an accident occurred without the air bag
deployment, have the air bag system checked by a
Ssangyong Dealer or Ssangyong Authorized Service
Center.
• You could suffer secondary injuries caused by an inflated air bag such as an abrasion, a burn or injuries by
broken glass. Non-toxic gas will come out when the air
bag is inflated.
• If the severity of impact to the vehicle is not significant
and the seat belts are enough to protect occupants, the
air bags do not deploy to prevent any secondary injuries such as cuts, abrasions, or burns.
• The air bag system should be inspected 10 years from
its installation regardless of its appearance and
conditions.
• The windshield glass may be broken when the
passenger’s air bag deploys.
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