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Installation of rear facing car seat (not infant) in back seat of my toyota sequoia....the seat slants downward so the car seat sits to far upright even in the reclined position so when my son falls asleep his head falls forward

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Use "pool noodles" that you have pre- cut into lengths equal to the width of the base. Some experimenting will be needed; you may have to stack them like a pyramid, with more towards the back of the seat. Bath towels work as well but are more slippery on leather.

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