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2003 Mountaineer infant seat installation

I whan to put the infant seat in the middle of the car seat, how should I anchor the infant seat.

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ok the best advice is check all the belts are tight
see if the seat moves at akk should not move one bit
make sure the seat is sitting straight on the normal seat
and if still worried u can go into the local fire brigade station and they will check it for free

remember if ur not sure take every option cause kids are precious and saftey first

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Not really, you just need to be carefull not to brake the plastic covers but you can get them separate than use a thin spanner and you should be able to do it without removing the seat.

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fit the baby seat in the rear no problem ,it is extremely dangerous to use a front seat mounted one as dont think that this vehicle has the option to turn the front airbag off .if you move the seat back it will fit but its at your own risk .

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Ideally if there is a middle set of latches in the seat, you can install an infant car seat base there. If the seat has any kind of hump or other irregularity then it should not be installed there. Although the middle of the back seat is safest for a child, most vehicle do not have a latch system there. However most cars do have a lap belt for the center seat and that should be used if you decide to place your car seat.

Do not use the latches from either side of the right back and left seat. The latch system is designed to be a specific distance apart to work correctly. If you don' want to use the lap belt then you should put the child seat on either the left or right back seat using the latch system.

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you may want to check your local law because i think some states require it be be in the middle but im not 100% the best is usualy the middle as long as your seat belt there works good.

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