Rear double doors

The double rear doors are fitted with a catch which stops the opening at an angle of approximately 90°.

knock or gust of wind could release the doors and make them close. The catch system is designed to ensure the best comfort in use. An accidental knock or gust of wind could release the doors and make them close.

It is possible to increase the opening angle of the two doors to facilitate loading and unloading operations. Force the doors open. This will allow opening the doors by approximately 180°.

the vehicle is parts on a slope or when it is windy. When open to 180°, the doors are not blocked. Do not use this system when the vehicle is parts on a slope or when it is windy.

Opening the first door from the outside 1-fig. 114

Turn the key to position 2-fig. 115 and pull the door handle in the direction of the arrow.

Turn the key to position 2-fig. 115 and pull the door handle in the direction of the arrow.

Turn the key to position 2-fig. 115 and pull the door handle in the direction of the arrow.

Closing the first door from the outside 1-fig. 114

Turn the key to position 1-fig. 115.

Close the right-hand door 2-fig. 114 completely first and then close the left-hand

door 1-fig. 114. Never close both doors at the same time. Close the right-hand door 2-fig. 114 completely first and then close the left-hand door 1-fig. 114. Never close both doors at the same time.

Opening the first door from the inside 1-fig. 114

Lift lever A-fig. 116 in the direction of the arrow.

Opening the second door 2-fig. 114

Opening the second door 2-fig. 114

After opening the first door, pull handle A-fig. 117 in the direction of the arrow.

IMPORTANT

IMPORTANT

Only use the handle A-fig. 117 in the direction shown in the figure.

The swing doors (where provided) are fitted with a device A-fig.117a that limits their opening.

Take care not to move the rod from its housing; if it is moved by accident

Take care not to move the rod from its housing; if it is moved by accident position  fig. 117b.fig. 117b, restore it to the correct position fig. 117b.

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