Mercedes-Benz GLC 2016-2024 Owners Manual / Occupant safety / Safely transporting children in the vehicle / Installing a LATCH-type (ISOFIX) child restraint system on the rear seat

Mercedes-Benz GLC : Safely transporting children in the vehicle / Installing a LATCH-type (ISOFIX) child restraint system on the rear seat

Installing a LATCH-type (ISOFIX) child restraint system on the rear seat

WARNING Risk of accident if the rear bench seat, rear seat and seat backrest are not engaged

The rear bench seat, rear seat and seat backrest may fold forwards, even when you are driving.

  • As a result, the vehicle occupant will be pushed into the seat belt with increased force. The seat belt will not be able to protect as intended and could cause additional injury.
  • Objects or loads in the trunk or cargo compartment will not be restrained by the seat backrest.

Mercedes-Benz GLC. Installing a LATCH-type (ISOFIX) child restraint system on the rear seat Make sure that the rear bench seat, the rear seat and the seat backrest are engaged before every trip.

If the left and right seat backrests are not engaged and locked in place, this will be shown on the multifunction display on the instrument cluster.

If the center seat backrest is not engaged and locked in place, the red lock verification indicator will be visible.

WARNING Risk of injury or death if the permissible gross mass of the child and child restraint system together is exceeded.

Too much load may be placed on the LATCHtype (ISOFIX) child restraint system and the child may not be restrained correctly in the event of an accident, for example.

Mercedes-Benz GLC. Installing a LATCH-type (ISOFIX) child restraint system on the rear seat If the child and the child restraint system together weigh more than the permissible gross mass of 73 lb (33 kg ), only use a LATCH-type (ISOFIX) child restraint system with which the child is secured with the vehicle seat belt.

Mercedes-Benz GLC. Installing a LATCH-type (ISOFIX) child restraint system on the rear seat Also secure the child restraint system with the Top Tether belt, if available.

Always comply with the information about the mass of the child restraint system:

  • in the manufacturer's installation and operating instructions for the child restraint system used
  • on a label on the child restraint system, if present

Regularly check that the permissible gross mass of the child and child restraint system is still complied with.

When installing a child restraint system, observe the following:

Mercedes-Benz GLC. Installing a LATCH-type (ISOFIX) child restraint system on the rear seat Always observe the correct use of the seats and consider their suitability for attaching a child restraint system.

Mercedes-Benz GLC. Installing a LATCH-type (ISOFIX) child restraint system on the rear seat Always comply with the manufacturer's installation and operating instructions for the child restraint system used.

Mercedes-Benz GLC. Installing a LATCH-type (ISOFIX) child restraint system on the rear seat Make sure that the child's feet do not touch the front seat. If necessary, move the front seat slightly forwards.

Mercedes-Benz GLC. Installing a LATCH-type (ISOFIX) child restraint system on the rear seat When installing a LATCH-type (ISOFIX) child restraint system, also observe the following:

Mercedes-Benz GLC. Installing a LATCH-type (ISOFIX) child restraint system on the rear seat When using a baby car seat in weight group 0/0+ and a rearward-facing child restraint system in weight group I on a rear seat: adjust the front seat so that the seat does not touch the child restraint system.

Mercedes-Benz GLC. Installing a LATCH-type (ISOFIX) child restraint system on the rear seat When using a forward-facing child restraint system in weight group I: the backrest of the child restraint system must lie as flat as possible against the backrest of the vehicle seat.

Mercedes-Benz GLC. Installing a LATCH-type (ISOFIX) child restraint system on the rear seat If the head restraint of the child seat cannot be fully extended when it is installed in the vehicle, this will result in restrictions on the maximum size setting for child restraint systems in weight category II or III.

Contact with the roof when the head restraint is fully extended and locked in place will not result in any restrictions on use.

Mercedes-Benz GLC. Installing a LATCH-type (ISOFIX) child restraint system on the rear seat The child restraint system must not be put under strain between the roof and the seat cushion and/or be installed facing the wrong direction. Where possible, adjust the seat cushion inclination accordingly.

Mercedes-Benz GLC. Installing a LATCH-type (ISOFIX) child restraint system on the rear seat The child restraint system must not be put under strain by the head restraint. Adjust the head restraints as appropriate.

Mercedes-Benz GLC. Installing a LATCH-type (ISOFIX) child restraint system on the rear seat

Mercedes-Benz GLC. Installing a LATCH-type (ISOFIX) child restraint system on the rear seat LATCH-type (ISOFIX) mounting bracket

Before every journey, make sure that the LATCHtype (ISOFIX) child restraint system is engaged correctly in both mounting brackets in the vehicle.

NOTE Damage to the seat belt for the center seat during installation of the child restraint system

Mercedes-Benz GLC. Installing a LATCH-type (ISOFIX) child restraint system on the rear seat Make sure that the seat belt is not trapped.

Mercedes-Benz GLC. Installing a LATCH-type (ISOFIX) child restraint system on the rear seat Attach the LATCH-type (ISOFIX) child restraint system to both mounting brackets in the vehicle.

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