Before installing the camper van conversion module in your vehicle, you will need to spend a few minutes configuring the front and rear seats to maximise internal space to allow the module to unfold. Once you’ve completed the process a few times, you will be able to configure your vehicle in a matter of seconds!
Start by lifting the front head restraints up (2-3cm is enough) so that the struts are exposed. Next, slide the front seats as far forward as possible on the runners – if the seats are difficult to slide, sit on each seat in turn and use your body weight to loosen the slide mechanism by moving the seat backwards and forwards a few times. Finally, tilt the back rest on each front seat by using the circular winder or lever on the side of the seat to a position just off vertical, so that each seat leans towards the front of the vehicle. The front seats are now configured. You now need to configure the rear seats.
For Citroen Berlingo MK1 & MK2, Citroen Nemo, Fiat Doblo MK1 & MK2, Fiat Qubo, Ford Tourneo, Peugeot Bipper, Peugeot Partner MK1 & MK2, Renault Kangoo MK1 and VW Caddy vehicles just fold the back rests forward so that they rest on the seat base (see the image below). You will also need to lift the rear head restraints up (excluding Kangoo and Caddy) – this lowers the position of the folded seat backs, allowing the module to sit flat when unfolded.
For Citroen Berlingo MK3, Mercedes Citan, Peugeot Rifter, Renault Kangoo MK2, Toyota Proace City Verso and Vauxhall Combo Life vehicles with the “Magic Flat Floor”, you just need to fold the rear seats into the floor.