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Volkswagen Golf Owners Manual: Centre armrest

Fig. 51 Front centre armrest

Fig. 52 Folding down the rear centre armrest

First read and observe the introductory information and safety warnings

Adjusting the front centre armrest

To lift, push the centre armrest up gradually in the direction of arrow  .

To lower, pull the centre armrest all the way up. Then lower the centre armrest.

To adjust the position of the centre armrest, push the armrest fully to the front  , or fully to the rear, until it engages.

Rear centre armrest

A centre armrest with a stowage compartment can be folded out of the middle seat backrest  .

To fold it down, pull the loop in the direction of the arrow  .

To fold it back, fold the centre armrest upwards and push it into the backrest as far as it will go.

WARNING

The centre armrest can obstruct the driver's arm movements. This can cause accidents and severe injuries.
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