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How can I fix my child's car seat?

I can't find any hooks below the back seat to hook up my child's toddler seat.

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  • igb_41 May 11, 2010

    most car seats use the rear safety belt to fasten child seat into place these days



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Unless they were removed completely from the car they are there just put you hand between the back of the seat and the seat part of the seat and pull up. the seat part should raise up and the seat belt should be buried under there the tend to slip un the seat for some reason. Good Luck Leave me a fix-ya if I fixed Ya. Contact me if you need more help

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