Toyota RAV4 manuals

BMW 7 Series (G11/G12) 2015-2022 Owners Manuals: Front head restraints

General information

The current head restraint position can be stored using the memory function.

Safety information

Warning


A missing protective effect due to removed or not correctly adjusted head restraints can cause injuries in the head and neck area. There is a risk of injury.

Warning


Body parts can be jammed when moving the head restraint. There is a risk of injury. Make sure that the area of movement is clear when moving the head restraint.

Warning


Objects on the head restraint reduce the protective effect in the head and neck area. There is a risk of injury.

Active head restraint

In the event of a rear-end collision with a certain severity, the active head restraint automatically reduces the distance from the head.

Have the active head restraint checked and if necessary replaced in the case of damage or if it was exposed to an accident.

Adjusting the height

Adjusting the height


Push switch up or down.

If the vehicle is equipped with Executive Lounge Seating: the height of the head restraint on the front passenger side cannot be adjusted.

Adjusting the distance: manual head restraints

Adjusting the distance: manual head restraints


After setting the distance, make sure that the head restraint engages correctly.

Adjusting the distance: power head restraints

The head restraint is automatically repositioned when the upper backrest is adjusted.

Adjusting the side extensions

Adjusting the side extensions


Fold the side extensions on the head restraint forward for increased lateral support in the resting position.

Removing

The head restraints cannot be removed.

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Rear head restraints
Safety information Warning A missing protective effect due to removed or not correctly adjusted head restraints can cause injuries in the head and neck area. There is a risk of injury. Before drivi ...

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