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Where are the infant car seat anchors for a 2001 saturn L series?

I need to install a car seat base for an infant in my car

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no it will not fit your vcar as its allignment is totally different from yours.

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The Tethers are on the rear deck at the top

You have to pull the seat belts out a way as
you said & then when you get them through
or around the seat, however they go,you snap
back & forth till they lock. The same thing
you do while in the drivers seat with your seat belt.

When done the child seat is kind of sloppy
in my opinion. Not really secured down tight

I would suggest you get help from an experienced
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