Land Rover Discovery Owners & Service Manuals

Land Rover Discovery: Access position (7 seat vehicle)

The vehicle must not be driven with the rear seats in the access position. Motion of the vehicle could cause the seatback to fall forwards suddenly, causing injury.

Access position (7 seat vehicle)

To tilt the seatback forwards: Pull the lever on the top of the seatback upwards (1) to release the locking mechanism, and then move the seatback forwards into the tilt position.

To move the seat forwards: Pull the lever on the front of the seat upwards (2) to release the locking mechanism, and then move the seat forwards.

When returning the seat from the access position, make sure nothing is trapped beneath the returning seat.

Make sure that when the seatback and seat are returned to the pre-access position, the locking mechanisms are fully engaged.

Physically test to make sure that the seat and seatback is secure before driving.

FOLDING AND RAISING THE THIRD ROW SEATS

The head restraint must always be raised when using the third row seats.

When raising the rear seats, make sure that seat belts are correctly routed and not trapped behind the seats.

Beware of trapping fingers when raising and lowering the third row seat.

FOLDING AND RAISING THE THIRD ROW SEATS

To raise a third row seat:

  1. From inside the loadspace: On the seat to be raised, pull the strap on the rear of the seat, to lift the seat into the raised position.

Note: The seat is heavy, so care should be taken when raising the seat.

  1. From inside the vehicle: Lift the head restraint, until it locks into the upright position.

FOLDING AND RAISING THE THIRD ROW SEATS

To fold a third row seat:

  1. From inside the loadspace: Pull the strap on the rear of the seat to be folded, to release the head restraint locking mechanism and then manually fold the head restraint forward.
  2. To fold the seat: Pull the strap again to release the seat locking mechanism, and then fold the seat forwards into the stowed position.

Note: The seat is heavy, so care should be taken when lowering the seat.

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