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Lock and unlock Ford Seatbelts when using a baby car seat


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!

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check the mechanism where belt coils it should only lock when suddenly pulled out- compare with working belt

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9 times out of ten you half to replac them even if was a minor fender bender. The seat belt reel has a component the breaks and locks under a certain amount of load.

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The safety belts are sensible to release speed (u have to release it kinda smooth).Also they are sensibile to car inclination (lean) may not release whel when rise/fall position.If locked,u may have to shake a little the belt so the locking spring/balls to unlock.Eventualy ,when driving it can release by itself.One thing is for shure:no sudden moves:it locks again (as in the impact scenario)Cheers

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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
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