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baby seat this is a work of art trust me ,the seat belt itself has to be run through a clip mechanism on the back of the child seat ,some have to have the whole belt pulled out and some dont so without knowing i couldnt say .Fitted enough of these in the car rental game though
When putting a car seat into any Ford vehicle you can ensure that your child is securely fastened by simply pulling the seatbelt all the way out to it's limit of travel. Then allow the seat belt to retract automatically to a snug fit over the car seat hooks. You will notice as it retracts that it makes a clicking sound. This ratcheting action when manually activated this way will lock the seat belt firmly into the baby's safety seat providing asecure restraint. It's so easy to do and it could save a childs life!
I can't be of much help, except to indicate what Honda says about the seats, and to give you a URL to look at:
Using a Seat Belt Locking Clip
Always use a seat belt locking clip when you secure a child seat to your car with a lap/shoulder belt. This helps prevent the seat from shifting position or overturning. A locking clip is usually included with the child seat. If you need a clip, contact the seat's manufacturer or a store that sells child restraints.
The URL will take you to a more complete reference to your car manual regarding child restraints. https://techinfo.honda.com/rjanisis/pubs/om/AC9595/AC9595O00020A.pdf
Hope this helps you.
With your hands, press down on the seat cushion where it meets the seat back.Locate the retaining bolt(s).Some models retain the seat with one bolt in the center; others use two, evenly spaced left and right.
Remove the retaining bolt(s).
Life the back (toward the rear of the car) of the seat bottom upwards while rotating it toward the front of the car.
Disconnect the hooks at the front edge (during the rolling motion) of the seat and remove the seat bottom.
Remove the carpet (in the luggage compartment) from the rear of the seat backs.
Remove the seat back mounting bolts from the luggage compartment side.
Lift out the seat back.
If the rear side bolsters or pads are to be removed, remove the lower mounting bolt, then push upward to free the hooks.
Hope this helps you.
IF YOU GO TO A HONDA DEALER THEY SELL A SET OF THREE ANCHORS IN KIT.(JUST ASK FOR REAR CHILD SEAT ANCHORS)THEY RUN ABOUT $25 FOR SET. AT THAT POINT YOU CAN HAVE THEM OR YOUR NORMAL MECHANIC INSTALL FOR YOU OR IF YOU CHOOSE TO INSTALL YOURSELF THEY'RE FAIRLY EASY TO DO.IF YOU OPEN UP TRUNK AND LOOK AT BOTTOM SIDE OF REAR DECK(BEHIND HEADRESTS)YOU WILL NOTICE 3 SPOTS WHERE NOTS ARE WELDED TO DECK SPACED EVENLY ACROSS DECK.ONCE YOU HAVE A BEARING OF THERE LOCATION YOU TAKE A RAZOR BLADE AND MAKE THREE SMALL CUTS FROM TOP SIDE IN DECK FELT WHERE THESE NUTS ARE LOCATED. THIS IS WHERE SEAT ANCHORS BOLT TO.THERE ARE ALSO IN THE CREASE OF SEATS SMALL HOOKS TO ANCHOR LOWER STRAPS OF CAR SEAT TO.YOU KIND OF HAVE TO FEEL AROUND FOR THEM BUT ONCE YOU FIND FIRST TIME YOU LL GO RT TO THEM EVERY TIME. GOOD LUCK! JOEL
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