Tayota Kamri's repair since 2001
1. Operation manual and to maintenance of the car
1.1. Description of the car
1.2. Dashboard, governing bodies and combination of devices
1.2.1. Dashboard
1.2.2. Devices, counters and control indicators
1.2.3. Understeering switches and system of lighting
1.2.4. Equipment of salon, wheel and rear-view mirrors
1.2.5. Seats
1.2.5.1. Front seats
1.2.5.2. Back seats
1.2.5.2.1. Folding of a back seat
1.2.5.2.2. System of heating of seats (additional equipment)
1.2.5.2.3. Forward and back head restraints
1.2.6. Systems of passive safety
1.3. System of heating and air conditioning
1.4. Use of the car to destination
1.5. Elimination of the malfunctions which arose in way or before a start of motion
1.6. Maintenance of the car
1.7. Tables
2. Engine
3. Transmission
4. Running gear
5. Steering
6. Brake system
7. Onboard electric equipment
8. Body
9. Schemes of electric equipment




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1.2.5.2.3. Forward and back head restraints

Fig. 1.100. Scheme of adjustment of forward and back head restraints


Head restraints provide effective protection against getting injured of a neck at blow of the car behind. For performance of the protective function head restraints have to be always correctly adjusted. Check correctness of adjustment of a head restraint after the seat was used by other passenger. For ensuring your safety and comfort adjust head restraints before driving (fig. 1.100).
For rise: pull top.
For lowering: press, holding the unblocking button.
Back head restraints – when on a back seat the passenger sits, lift a back armrest up to the provision of blocking.
The head restraint is most effective when it is located close to the head. Therefore it is not recommended to use a pillow on a seatback.

ATTENTION
After adjustment of a head restraint be convinced that it is recorded on the place. You do not drive the car with the removed head restraints.

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