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We need a model number and date of manufacture. Most Cosco car seat belts are long and thread thru the bottom first. Then up thru where the childs legs are, into the latch mechanism, up thru the chest clasp and out thru the upper back area. A small anchor mechanism on the back of the seat secures the belt on each side. Some belts are 18" long and there are 2. Use the same procesdure just bring both up thru from the bottom. If you can post the model # and date of manufacture I can be more specific.
I am not aware of any recalls for your car seat. The guidline is 5 years from date of manufacture or if there is a dont use after date stamped in the plastic. Belts should be snug over childs shoulders. Seat belt goes thru the back holes midwat down and should be as tight as possible. Most fire stations will help you secure your car seat. Just ask them.
Well.. I really could use some more info about how the carseat looks but thinking todler if it is the largest todler one you should just put the seat belt over the childs arm and waist and buckle regularly. If it is the one with the pull down plastic piece. you run the seat belt through the first side put your hand in the other side get the belt and pull through the last side then buckle.
Please right back and let me know if this helped :)