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VW Tiguan 2021 Owner's Manual ➜ Luggage compartment equipment

3. Roll up the separation net and store it in its  
bag.  
Unfold and fold the partition net  
4. Store the bag safely in the vehicle.  
luggage compartment equipment  
mooring eyes  
Fig. 193 Unfold the separation net.  
Fig. 195 In the boot: fixed and removable lashing  
eyes.  
There are lashing eyes in the boot ÿ fig.  
195 for securing loose items and luggage using  
lashing straps and fixing or holding straps.  
WARNING  
If unsuitable or damaged lashing straps, lashing  
straps or lashing straps are used, they could  
break in the event of sudden braking or an  
accident. Objects could be thrown around the  
passenger compartment and cause serious or fatal injuries.  
Fig. 194 Fold the partition net.  
· Always use suitable and undamaged lashing  
straps, fixing straps or lashing straps.  
Before mounting the separation net in the vehicle, it  
must be unfolded.  
Deploy the separation net  
· Tighten the lashing straps, the fixing straps  
position and cross lashing straps over the load  
placed on the boot floor and attach them securely  
to the lashing eyes.  
1. Take the separator net out of the corresponding  
bag and unroll it.  
2. Fold out the cross bars ÿ fig. 193 1  
and 2 of the net in the direction of the arrows  
until you hear a click.  
· Make sure that, especially for flat objects, the  
top edge of the load is higher than the lashing  
eyes.  
fold the separation net  
Depending on the equipment, please note  
the indicative signs in the trunk on how to place  
1. Press the release button and fold the cross bar in  
the direction of the arrow while keeping the  
the load.  
· Never fasten a child seat to the lashing eyes.  
release button pressed ÿ fig. 194 1  
.
2. Repeat this operation on the other release  
.
button ÿ fig. 194 2  
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Hook the luggage net on the floor of the male  
uterus  
WARNING  
To attach the elastic lashing straps to the lashing  
eyes, they must be stretched. Hooks attached to  
them can cause serious injury.  
1. Attach the hooks of the net to the rings of  
front lashing ÿ fig. 196 2 ÿ . The zipper of the  
net has to face up.  
· When attaching elastic straps, always protect  
your eyes and face to avoid injury.  
2. Attach the hooks at the other end of the net bag  
to the lashing eyes located below the loading sill  
ÿ fig. 196.  
· Always fasten the elastic straps firmly so that  
they cannot come loose and shrink.  
To use the lashing eyes, they must first be unfolded  
if necessary ÿ p. 290.  
· Always attach the elastic retaining straps first to  
the lashing eyes at the front of the luggage  
compartment, then stretch them towards the  
loading sill and attach them to the lashing eyes  
there. Thus, if the straps were to come loose,  
they would contract away from the body.  
Hook the luggage net on the seats  
1. Fix the net hooks on the seats  
ÿ fig. 196 3 ÿ . The net zipper has to be facing  
up.  
2.  
Attach the hooks at the other end of the net bag  
to the lashing eyes located below the loading sill  
ÿ fig. 196.  
Suitable lashing straps, lashing straps and  
load securing systems can be purchased  
from suitably qualified specialist workshops.  
Volkswagen recommends a Volkswagen dealer.  
To use the lashing eyes, they must first be unfolded  
if necessary ÿ p. 290.  
Removing the luggage net The  
attached luggage net is taut ÿ .  
luggage net  
1. Unhook the net hooks.  
2. Store the net in the trunk.  
WARNING  
To attach the elastic luggage net to the lashing  
eyes in the luggage compartment, it must be  
stretched. Once hooked it stays taut. If the net is  
hooked and unhooked improperly, the hooks on  
the net could cause injury.  
· Always hold the hooks of the net securely so  
that they do not come loose uncontrollably from  
the mooring eyes when hooking and unhooking  
them.  
· When hooking and unhooking the hooks, protect  
your eyes and face to avoid injury if the hooks  
are released uncontrollably.  
Fig. 196 In the boot: luggage net attached flush to the  
floor.  
· Always hook the net hooks in the order  
described. If a hook is suddenly released from  
the net, it can cause injury.  
1 luggage net  
2 lower fixing  
3 Top fixing  
WARNING  
Use these hooks only to fix the luggage net.  
The luggage net can help prevent light luggage from  
shifting around in the trunk. Small items can be  
stored in the luggage net with a zipper.  
If the hooks for the wrong net are used  
Obviously, the hooks could break in the event of a  
sudden stop or an accident. Objects could be  
thrown around the passenger compartment and  
cause serious injury or death.  
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· Never attach a child seat to the hooks of the  
luggage net.  
Hatch for long loads  
bag hook  
Fig. 198 On the back of the rear seat: opening the hatch  
for long loads.  
Depending on the equipment, there is a hatch  
in the rear seat back behind the center armrest for  
transporting long objects in the passenger  
compartment, e.g. e.g. skis  
Fig. 197 In the trunk: fold-out hooks for bags.  
In the trunk there may be some hooks to hang  
bags with light purchases.  
Open the hatch for long loads  
1. Press the unlock button ÿ fig. 198 1 and fold  
the hatch forwards ÿ .  
WARNING  
2. Open the tailgate.  
Never use the bag hook to attach luggage or other  
objects. In the event of a sudden stop or an  
accident, the hook could break.  
3. Insert long objects through the hatch from  
the trunk.  
4. Secure the objects with the seat belt.  
5. Close the tailgate.  
WARNING  
The maximum weight that each hook can support is  
2.5 kg (5 lbs).  
Close the hatch for long loads  
1. Lift the flap backwards and press it firmly into the  
lock until it clicks into place ÿ . The red marking  
on the unlock button should no longer be visible  
.
ÿ fig. 198 1  
WARNING  
If the long load hatch is lowered or raised  
uncontrolled or inattentive, this can cause serious  
injuries.  
· Never fold or raise the hatch while driving.  
· When raising the flap, make sure not to trap or  
damage the seat belt.  
· When folding down and raising the hatch, always  
keep hands, fingers, feet and other parts of the  
body out of the area of its travel.  
· When the hatch is folded down or not properly  
fitted, do not allow anyone to travel on the  
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corresponding place, especially no children.  
Replacing the rechargeable  
batteries The batteries in the light unit are charged  
when the light unit is inserted in the holder and the  
engine is running.  
removable lighting unit  
If you notice that the light unit no longer illuminates  
as brightly as desired, replace the rechargeable  
batteries.  
1. Remove the light unit from the bracket.  
2. Pry off the battery cover with a thin object under the  
area ÿ fig. 199A  
.
3. Replace the rechargeable batteries with ones of the  
same voltage, size and specification taking into  
account the mounting position.  
4. Press the battery cover on the light unit until you  
hear it click.  
Fig. 199 On the right side of the luggage compartment:  
removable lighting unit.  
WARNING  
To avoid damage, before setting off, stow the  
removable lighting unit securely in its holder in the  
boot.  
Depending on the equipment, there is a removable  
lighting unit on a support in the luggage compartment  
ÿ fig. 199.  
WARNING  
When the lighting unit is mounted, it functions as a  
boot light.  
If non-rechargeable batteries or inappropriate  
rechargeable batteries are used, the removable lighting  
unit and the vehicle's electronics may be damaged.  
Removing the removable lighting unit from the stand  
tea  
1. Grasp the lighting unit by the area ÿ fig. 199A  
.
· Use only rechargeable batteries with the same  
specification.  
2. Pull out the light unit from the holder in the direction  
of the arrow.  
driving with trailer  
Handling the removable lighting unit The  
lighting unit is fitted with magnets. After removing it, it  
can be fixed, e.g. g., on the vehicle body ÿ .  
Introduction to the topic  
The vehicle can be used to pull a trailer if it has the  
corresponding technical equipment. The additional  
mass towed impacts wear, fuel consumption and  
vehicle power, and under certain circumstances can  
result in shorter service intervals.  
Depending on the equipment, the lighting unit has  
two levels of light intensity:  
1. To switch on the lighting unit, press the button ÿ fig.  
199 1 . The lighting uintiteinllsuimtyi.nates with the highest  
2. Depending on the version, press the key again  
ÿ fig. 199 1 to lower the intensity to 50%.  
Driving with a trailer puts more effort on the vehicle  
and, in turn, requires more concentration from the driver.  
3. Press the button again ÿ fig. 199 1 to turn off the  
lighting unit.  
Vehicles with Start-Stop system  
Stow the removable lighting unit in the trunk  
For towing hitches that have been retrofitted by a  
workshop outside the Volkswagen network, the Start-  
Stop system must be manually deactivated before  
starting.  
1. Turn off the light unit and plug it into  
its support in the opposite direction of the arrow ÿ  
fig. 199.  
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driving with trailer  

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