BMW X5 Owners & Service Manuals

BMW X5: Rear head restraints

Safety information

Warning

Removal or incorrect adjustment of 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.

Folding down the head restraints

To improve the view to the rear, the outside head restraints can be folded back. Only fold the head restraint back if no one will be sitting in the corresponding seat.

Seats, mirrors and steering wheel

Adjusting the height

Seats, mirrors and steering wheel

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

Removing

The head restraints cannot be removed.

Cushions for head restraints in the rear

Only use the pillow when the vehicle is switched off.

1. Bring the head restraint to a sufficiently high position.

2. Attach the pillow and place the pillow band around the back of the head restraint, arrow 1.

Seats, mirrors and steering wheel

3. Close pushbuttons, arrow 2.

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