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Adding a third seat belt/2008 Wrangler

Just bought a 2008 Wrangler and wasdissappointed that their are only 2 seatbelts in the back. (I have 3 kids) Has any one added a seat belt in the middle? Would this void any warranty?

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Issue is not voiding the warranty so much as the safety issues. If you have an accident, Jeep will disavow any liability for any injuries.

While I wish I could also put 3 in back seat of my Wrangler, with carseats for grandkids, no way to safely go 3 across. Strongest selling point for the 4-door model.

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