Opel Mokka (2017 year). Manual - part 4

 

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Opel Mokka (2017 year). Manual - part 4

 

 

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Seats, restraints

The covers of the guides will swivel

backwards automatically when

attaching the child restraint system.

Top-tether fastening eyes

Depending on country specific

equipment, the vehicle might have

two or three fastening eyes.
Top-Tether fastening eyes are

marked with the symbol : for a child

restraint.

For non-ISOFIX child restraints,

fasten the Top-Tether strap to the

Top-Tether fastening eyes. The strap

must run between the two guide rods

of the head restraint.
For ISOFIX child restraints, fasten the

Top-Tether strap to the Top-Tether

fastening eyes in addition to the

ISOFIX mounting. The strap must run

between the two guide rods of the

head restraint.
ISOFIX child restraint systems of

universal category positions are

marked in the table by IUF.

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Storage compartments ................ 55

Instrument panel storage ........... 55

Glovebox ................................... 56

Cupholders ................................ 56

Sunglasses storage ................... 56

Underseat storage ..................... 57

Centre console storage ............. 57

Rear carrier system ................... 57

Load compartment ....................... 66

Load compartment cover ........... 68

Rear floor storage cover ............ 68

Lashing eyes ............................. 69

Warning triangle ........................ 69

First aid kit ................................. 69

Roof rack system ......................... 69

Roof rack ................................... 69

Loading information ..................... 70

Storage compartments

9 Warning

Do not store heavy or sharp

objects in the storage

compartments. Otherwise, the

storage compartment lid could

open and vehicle occupants could

be injured by objects being thrown

around in the event of hard

braking, a sudden change in

direction or an accident.

Instrument panel storage

A storage compartment is located

next to the steering wheel.

A further storage compartment is

located on top of the glovebox.
To open, push the button.
The covers of the storage

compartments should be closed while

driving.

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Glovebox

To open, pull the handle.
The glovebox should be closed while

driving.

Cupholders

The cupholders are located in the

centre console and rear part of the

centre console.

To use the rear seat cupholder, pull

the strap in the rear seat armrest.

Sunglasses storage

Fold down and open.
Do not use for storing heavy objects.

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Underseat storage

Lift drawer at the front and pull out. To

close, push the drawer in and

engage.

Centre console storage

Push down the button and slide cover

backwards.

Rear carrier system

Rear carrier system for three

bicycles

The rear carrier system (Flex-Fix

system) allows one bicycle to be

attached to a pull-out carrier

integrated into the vehicle floor. It is

possible to attach two further bicycles

on an adapter. The transportation of

other objects is not permitted.
The maximum load of the rear carrier

system is 60 kg with attached adapter

and 30 kg without attached adapter.

This allows the attachment of an

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electrically-powered bicycle to the

pull-out carrier. The maximum load

per bicycle on the adapter is 20 kg.
The wheelbase of a bicycle must not

exceed 1.15 metres. Otherwise the

secure fastening of a bicycle is not

possible.
If not in use, the carrier system must

be slid back into the vehicle floor.
There must not be any objects on the

bicycles that could become loose

during transportation.

Caution

If the rear carrier system is

extended and the vehicle is fully

loaded, the chassis clearance will

be reduced.
Drive carefully whenever the road

has a strong inclination or when

driving over a ramp, bump, etc.

Caution

Consult your bicycle dealer before

attaching bicycles with carbon

frames. The bicycles may get

damaged.

Extending

Open the tailgate.

9 Warning

No-one should be in the extension

zone of the rear carrier system,

risk of injury.

Pull release lever up. The rear carrier

system disengages and travels

quickly out of the rear bumper.

Completely pull out the rear carrier

system until you hear it engage.
Ensure that it is not possible to push

in the rear carrier system without

pulling the release lever again.

9 Warning

It is only permissible to fit objects

to the rear carrier system if the

system has been correctly

engaged. If the rear carrier system

will not engage correctly, do not fit

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objects to the system and slide the

system back. Seek the assistance

of a workshop.

Unfold number plate holder

Lift the number plate holder and fold

it backwards.
Affix the number plate before first

usage of the rear carrier system.

Fold out tail lamps

To install the tail lamps, remove both

screws (1). Pull tail lamps out of the

retainer to the front (2) and

downwards and swivel them to the

side.

Push the tail lamps into the retainer

(1) and reinstall screws (2) to fix the

lamps.

Fold out wheel recess

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Remove strap and fold out the wheel

recess.

Lock the rear carrier system

Remove strap and swivel both

clamping levers sidewards as far as

they will go.
Otherwise safe functionality is not

guaranteed.

Assembling the bicycle rack

Lift the rack at the rear (1) and pull it

backwards.
Fold up the rack (2).

Push down the rack (1) and swivel

handle (2) backwards to engage.

Press button (1) and remove left part

of rack (2).
Press button (1) and insert left part of

rack into the right part (2).

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Attaching a bicycle

1. Rotate the pedals into position, as

shown in the illustration, and put

the bicycle on the wheel recess.

Make sure that the bicycle stands

centrally on the wheel recesses.

2. Attach the short mounting bracket

to the bicycle frame. Turn the

knob clockwise to fasten.

3. Secure both bicycle wheels to the

wheel recesses using the strap

retainers.

4. Check the bicycle to make sure it

is secure.

Caution

Ensure gap between bicycle and

vehicle is at least 5 cm. If

necessary, loosen handlebar and

swivel sideways.

Attaching the adapter

When carrying more than one bicycle,

the adapter must be fixed.

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1. Apply the adapter to the rear

carrier system, as shown in the

illustration.

2. Turn the lever (1) forwards and

hold, then lower the adapter (2) at

the rear.

3. Release lever and check if the

adapter is engaged securely.

4. Guide the strap attached to the

adapter underneath the lever

when folding back the rear carrier

system. Fasten the strap.

Attaching further bicycles

The attachment of further bicycles is

similar to the attachment of the first

bicycle. Additionally, some steps

must be considered:

1. Before putting on the bicycle,

always unfold the wheel recesses

for the next bicycle if necessary.

2. Always rotate the pedals into an

appropriate position before

putting on the bicycle.

3. Position the bicycles on the rear

carrier system alternately aligned

to the left and to the right.

4. Align the bicycles to the one

attached before. The wheel hubs

of the bicycles must not touch

each other.

5. Attach the bicycles with mounting

brackets and strap retainers as

described for the first bicycle. The

mounting brackets should be

fixed in parallel.
Use the long mounting bracket to

attach the second bicycle to the

rack.

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Use the short accessory mounting

bracket to attach the third bicycle.

The bracket must be fixed

between the frames of the second

and third bicycle.

6. Additionally, secure both bicycle

wheels of the third bicycle to the

wheel recesses using the

tensioning straps.

It is recommended to attach a

warning sign at the rearmost bicycle,

to increase visibility.

Fold the rear carrier system

backwards

The rear carrier system can be folded

backwards to gain access to the load

compartment.

● Without attached adapter:

Push the lever (1) to disengage

and hold.

Pull the rack (2) backwards to

fold the rear carrier system.

● With attached adapter:

9 Warning

Take care when disengaging the

rear carrier system as it will tilt

backwards. Risk of injury.

Hold frame (1) of rearmost

bicycle with one hand and pull the

loop (2) to disengage.
Hold rearmost bicycle with both

hands and fold the rear carrier

system backwards.

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To increase visibility, the tail lights of

the vehicle are activated when the

rear carrier system is folded back.

9 Warning

When folding the rear carrier

system forwards again, take care

that the system is engaged

securely.

Removing bicycles

Undo strap retainers on both bicycle

tyres.
Turn knob anticlockwise and remove

mounting brackets.

Detaching adapter

Detach the adapter before removing

the bicycle on the rear carrier system.

1. Fold in wheel recesses.

2. Unbutton the strap.

3. Turn the lever (1) forwards and

hold.

4. Lift the adapter (2) at the rear and

remove.

Disassembling the bicycle rack

Press button (1) and remove upper

part of rack (2).

Press button (1) and reinstall rack (2).

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Arrange mounting brackets as shown

in the illustration.
Swivel handle (1) sidewards to

disengage and lift the rack (2).

Fold the rack backwards, then push

forwards until it stops (1).
Press the rack down at the rear (2).

Fold in wheel recess

Fold in wheel recess. Fasten strap.

Stow the strap retainers accurately.

Unlock the rear carrier system

Swivel both clamping levers inwards

as far as they will go. Fasten strap.

Fold in tail lamps

Remove both screws. Pull tail lamps

out of the retainer and swivel them

forwards.
Push the tail lamps into the retainer

and reinstall screws to fix the lamps

Fold in number plate holder

Lift the number plate holder and fold

it forwards.

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Retracting the rear carrier system

Caution

Take care that all foldable parts,

e.g. wheel recesses and mounting

brackets, are stowed accurately.

Otherwise the rear carrier system

may get damaged when trying to

retract it.

Push the release lever up and hold.

Lift the system slightly and push it into

the bumper until it engages.
Release lever must return to original

position.

9

Warning

If the system cannot be correctly

engaged, please seek the

assistance of a workshop.

Load compartment

Load compartment extension

Caution

First fold down the rear seat

cushion before folding the rear

seat backrest.
Disregard may lead to damage to

the rear seat.

1. Push head restraints down by

pressing the catch.

Note

To ensure sufficient room for rear

seat cushion operation, slide the

front seat forward and move the front

seat backrest upright.

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2. Pull the loop under the seat

cushion and fold down the seat

cushion.

3. Pull the release lever on top of the

rear backrest.

4. Fold the backrest forward and

down.

5. Put the seat belts for the outboard

seats into the belt guides.

To return the backrest to the original

position, pull out the seat belt from the

belt guides and lift backrest up.
Push backrest firmly into place.

9 Warning

When folding up, ensure that

backrests are securely engaged in

position before driving. Failure to

do so may result in personal injury

or damage to the load or vehicle in

the event of hard braking or a

collision.

Ensure the seat belts are not pinched

by the latch.
The centre rear seat belt may lock

when you raise the backrest. If this

happens, allow the belt go back all the

way and repeat operation.
If the seat belt is still locked, fold down

the seat cushion and try again.
To return the rear seat cushion, put

the rear part of the seat cushion in its

original position ensuring that the

seat belt buckle straps are not twisted

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or caught under the seat cushion,

then push the front part of the seat

cushion firmly down until it latches.

Caution

When returning rear seat backrest

to the upright position, place the

rear seat belt and buckles

between the rear seat backrest

and one cushion. Make sure the

rear seat belt and buckles do not

get pinched under the rear seat

cushion.
Ensure the seat belts are not

twisted or caught in the seat

backrest and are arranged in their

proper position.

Load compartment cover

Do not place any objects on the cover.

Removing

Unhook retaining straps from tailgate.
Lift cover at the rear and push it

upwards at the front.
Remove the cover.

Fitting

Engage cover in side guides and fold

downwards.
Attach retaining straps to tailgate.

Rear floor storage cover

Rear floor cover

Grasp the handle and lift the cover.

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Mount the cover to the hook at the

sidewall.

Lashing eyes

The lashing eyes are designed to

secure items against slippage, e.g.

using lashing straps or luggage net.

Warning triangle

Stow the warning triangle below the

floor cover in the load compartment.

Secure it with the strap.

First aid kit

Stow the first aid kit in the storage

compartment at the left sidewall of the

load compartment.

Roof rack system

Roof rack

The roof rack has side rails attached

to the roof.
For safety reasons and to avoid

damage to the roof, the vehicle

approved roof rack system is

recommended. For further

information contact your workshop.

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