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I have a 1999, two door, twin cam hyundai excel and i dont know how and if i can intall a baby seat in it.

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You most certainly install a baby seat in it, but you will have to make sure that you have an accredited anchor bolt attached at the parcel shelf...there should be a blanking plug here to attach one

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