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Canadian Owners, A French language copy of this manual can be obtained. from your dealer retailer or from,Helm Incorporated. P O Box 07130,Detroit MI 48207,1 800 551 4123,SATURN the SATURN Emblem and the name VUE. www helminc com,are registered trademarks of Saturn Corporation. GENERAL MOTORS and GM are registered trademarks Propri taires Canadiens. of General Motors Corporation, On peut obtenir un exemplaire de ce guide en fran ais.
This manual includes the latest information at the aupr s de concessionnaire ou l adresse suivante. time it was printed Saturn reserves the right to make. changes after that time without further notice Helm Incorporated. P O Box 07130, This manual describes features that may or may not Detroit MI 48207. be on your specific vehicle,1 800 551 4123, Keep this manual in the vehicle for quick reference www helminc com. Litho in U S A, Part No 15863775 B Second Printing 2007 General Motors Corporation All Rights Reserved. About Driving Your Vehicle Safety Warnings and Symbols. As with other vehicles of this type failure to operate There are a number of safety cautions in this book A box. this vehicle correctly may result in loss of control or with the word CAUTION is used to tell about things that. an accident Be sure to read the on pavement could hurt you or others if you were to ignore the warning. and off road driving guidelines in this manual,See Driving Your Vehicle on page 4 2 and Off Road. Driving on page 4 15 CAUTION, Using this Manual These mean there is something that could hurt.
you or other people,Read this owner manual from beginning to end to. learn about the vehicle s features and controls, Pictures and words work together to explain things Cautions tell what the hazard is and what to do to avoid. or reduce the hazard Read these cautions,Index A circle with a slash. To quickly locate information about the vehicle use the through it is a safety. Index in the back of the manual It is an alphabetical symbol which means. list of what is in the manual and the page number Do Not Do Not do. where it can be found this or Do Not let,this happen. Vehicle Damage Warnings Vehicle Symbols, Notices are also used in this manual The vehicle has components and labels that use.
symbols instead of text Symbols are shown along, Notice These mean there is something that could with the text describing the operation or information. damage your vehicle relating to a specific component control message. A notice tells about something that can damage the gage or indicator. vehicle Many times this damage would not be covered. by the vehicle s warranty and it could be costly, The notice tells what to do to help avoid the damage. When you read other manuals you might see,CAUTION and NOTICE warnings in different colors. or in different words, There are also warning labels on the vehicle which. use the same words CAUTION or NOTICE,Section 1 Seats and Restraint Systems.
Head Restraints 1 2 Where to Put the Restraint 1 41. Front Seats 1 4 Lower Anchors and Tethers for,Manual Seats 1 4 Children LATCH 1 43. Seat Height Adjuster 1 5 Securing a Child Restraint in a. Power Seat 1 5 Rear Seat Position 1 49, Manual Lumbar 1 6 Securing a Child Restraint in the. Heated Seats 1 6 Right Front Seat Position 1 51,Reclining Seatbacks 1 7 Airbag System 1 55. Passenger Folding Seatback 1 10 Where Are the Airbags 1 58. Rear Seats 1 12 When Should an Airbag Inflate 1 61. Split Folding Rear Seat 1 12 What Makes an Airbag Inflate 1 63. How Does an Airbag Restrain 1 63, Safety Belts 1 14 What Will You See After an Airbag Inflates 1 64. Safety Belts They Are for Everyone 1 14 Passenger Sensing System 1 65. How to Wear Safety Belts Properly 1 19 Servicing Your Airbag Equipped Vehicle 1 70. Lap Shoulder Belt 1 27 Adding Equipment to Your Airbag Equipped. Safety Belt Use During Pregnancy 1 32 Vehicle 1 70. Safety Belt Extender 1 32,Restraint System Check 1 72.
Child Restraints 1 33 Checking the Restraint Systems 1 72. Older Children 1 33 Replacing Restraint System Parts. Infants and Young Children 1 36 After a Crash 1 73. Child Restraint Systems 1 39,Head Restraints, The vehicle s front and rear seats have adjustable. head restraints in the outboard seating positions,With head restraints that are not installed and. adjusted properly there is a greater chance,that occupants will suffer a neck spinal. injury in a crash Do not drive until the head,restraints for all occupants are installed and. adjusted properly, Adjust the head restraint so that the top of the restraint.
is at the same height as the top of the occupant s head. This position reduces the chance of a neck injury,in a crash. Pull the head restraint Push down on the head restraint after the button is. up to raise it To lower released to make sure that it is locked in place. the head restraint The vehicle s head restraints are not designed to. press the button be removed,located on the top of,the seatback and push. the restraint down,Active Head Restraint System, The vehicle has an active head restraint system in the. front outboard seating positions These automatically. tilt forward to reduce the risk of neck injury if the vehicle. is hit from behind, Front Seats To move a manual seat forward or rearward. 1 Lift the bar to unlock,Manual Seats the seat,2 Slide the seat to the.
desired position and,release the bar,You can lose control of the vehicle if you try to. adjust a manual driver s seat while the vehicle,is moving The sudden movement could startle. and confuse you or make you push a pedal,when you do not want to Adjust the driver s. seat only when the vehicle is not moving, Try to move the seat with your body to be sure the. seat is locked in place,Seat Height Adjuster Power Seat.
If your vehicle has a a To adjust the seat,manual driver seat height. adjuster it is located Move the seat forward,on the outboard side of or rearward. the seat near the front,of the seat cushion, To raise the seat move the lever upward repeatedly. until the seat is at the desired height To lower the seat. move the lever downward repeatedly until the seat is Raise or lower the front. at the desired height or rear part of the seat,Manual Lumbar Heated Seats. On vehicles with heated front seats the controls are. If your vehicle has this, located on the center console To operate the heated.
feature the knob is,seats the engine must be running. located on the inboard,side of the driver s,M Heated Seat Press this button to turn on the. heated seat, The light on the button will come on to indicate that the. feature is working Press the button to cycle through. the temperature settings of high medium and low and. to turn the heat to the seat off Indicator lights show. the level of heat selected three for high two for,medium and one for low. Turn the knob clockwise or counterclockwise to The passenger seat may take longer to heat up. increase or decrease the lumbar support, If your vehicle has remote vehicle start and is started.
using the remote keyless entry transmitter the front. heated seats will be turned on to the high setting if. it is cold outside See Remote Vehicle Start under,Remote Keyless Entry RKE System Operation. on page 2 5 When the key is inserted into the ignition. and the ignition is turned on the heated seat feature. will turn off To turn the heated seat feature back. on press the desired button,Reclining Seatbacks,Manual Reclining Seatbacks. If the seatback is not locked it could move,forward in a sudden stop or crash That could. CAUTION cause injury to the person sitting there Always. push and pull on the seatback to be sure it, You can lose control of the vehicle if you try to is locked. adjust a manual driver s seat while the vehicle,is moving The sudden movement could startle.
and confuse you or make you push a pedal On seats with manual. when you do not want to Adjust the driver s reclining seatbacks. seat only when the vehicle is not moving the lever used to operate. them is located on the,outboard side of the seat,To recline the seatback Power Reclining Seatbacks. 1 Lift the recline lever,If the seats have power, 2 Move the seatback to the desired position then reclining seatbacks. release the lever to lock the seatback in place the control used to recline. 3 Push and pull on the seatback to make sure it them is located on the. is locked outboard side of the seat,To return the seatback to an upright position. 1 Lift the lever fully without applying pressure to. the seatback and the seatback returns to the,upright position. 2 Push and pull on the seatback to make sure it, To recline the seatback tilt the top of the control.
To bring the seatback forward tilt the top of the,control forward. Sitting in a reclined position when your vehicle,is in motion can be dangerous Even if you. buckle up your safety belts cannot do their,job when you are reclined like this. The shoulder belt cannot do its job In a crash,you could go into it receiving neck or other. The lap belt cannot do its job either In a crash,the belt could go up over your abdomen.
The belt forces would be there not at your,pelvic bones This could cause serious internal. For proper protection when the vehicle is in Do not have a seatback reclined if your vehicle is moving. motion have the seatback upright Then sit,well back in the seat and wear your safety. belt properly,Passenger Folding Seatback, The front passenger s seatback may fold flat CAUTION. Things you put on this seatback can strike, CAUTION and injure people in a sudden stop or turn. or in a crash Remove or secure all items, If you fold the seatback forward to carry longer before driving.
objects such as skis be sure any such cargo, is not near an airbag In a crash an inflating To fold the seatback do the following. airbag might force that object toward a person,1 Lower the head restraint all the way. This could cause severe injury or even death, Secure objects away from the area in which 2 Lift the bar under the front of the seat to unlock it. an airbag would inflate For more information Slide the seat as far back as it will go and release. see Where Are the Airbags on page 1 58 and the bar Try to move the seat back and forth to. make sure it is locked into place,Loading Your Vehicle on page 4 35. 3 Lift the recliner lever located on the outboard side 4 Continue to fold the seat forward until it locks in. of the seat up fully and fold the seatback forward the folded position. until it disengages 5 Pull up on the seatback to be sure it is locked.

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