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SOURCE: child seat tether anchors

This site shows all the recalls for the car. It says there was a recall b/c of the instructions manual and how to use the anchors. Hopefully this will help.

http://www.internetautoguide.com/auto-recalls/09-int/2000/dodge/intrepid/index.html

Posted on Oct 09, 2008

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SOURCE: I can't find a child restraint anchor point in my 1996 Mazda 121.

The rear seat child restraint anchors were not required (by law) until early 2000's. Most likely your car does not have them.

Posted on Jan 20, 2009

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SOURCE: 2000 Mazda Protege Child Restraint System Anchor Brackets

Depending on where you live, you can go to different places, as long as they sell auto parts. Also, in some countries, the law states that the car dealer is obligated to give them to you no charge if your car is a certain year, in others they can charge what they like. So ask your dealer if they can give you some first. If not, then they will charge you twice or thrice the price everone on else will. I live in canada and around here i can tell you that you can go at Canadian Tire, UAP/NAPA, Carquest to get some, and i think Wal-Mart have some in the automobile departments now. In The US i would guess Wal-Mart also have some (duh!:P), and i do believe that they do have NAPA in the states also, as well as your local auto parts store whatever it may be and wherever you may live. If they don't have any, they will surely be able to tell you where you can find some. Hope this helps!

Posted on Apr 01, 2009

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SOURCE: I AM TRYING TO FIGURE OUT IF THERE IS ANY LATCH FEATURES ON THIS VEHICLE OR WHETHER IT HAS ANCHORAGE SYSTEM FOR CHILD-RESTRAINTS OR NOT?

no ,too early

Posted on Apr 24, 2009

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What if the manufacture year of the car. Be more especific or just use the seat belt.

Posted on Oct 21, 2010

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