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the center of the belt will be under the seat coming up through the holes, place the two clips on the strap followed by the chest clip, then the neck protector pads. Push the ends of the strap through the two top holes. Route it down over the metal but under the plastic (on the back side) and attach both ends to the metal adjuster underneath. The receiver clip, you just turn 90 degrees and push through desired hole until the end catches.
Remove the large bar holding the bottom plate. One side will have a plastic retainer which you just move to the side and pull the barr all the way out from that side. There is a rear leg that you can pull down and back which will make the seat sit more upright. Remove the strap (it is one solid strap) and be sure to save all the parts if you plan on giving it to a needy family when your child outgrows it. The center clip is easy to remove, turn the seat upside down and find the metal retainer and pull it up, turn 90 degrees and feed it through the hole and pull on the other side. Now you should have a strap/clip free seat that will be a "seatbelt positioning booster seat".
Locking clips are available at many retailers that sell carseats; WalMart, Toys R Us, etc.... They're just a few dollars but you may have to ask where they are. You may also check with friends. Newer cars don't require locking clips because the belts lock automatically when they retract after being fully extended. Therefore, a friend with a newer car may give you the clip that came with her seat. Good luck!
I've just had this same issue with an eddie bauer car seat, they are made from the same people. They no longer sell the replacement harness clips in canada for cosco/eddie bauer, you have to contact the company directly. http://www.coscojuvenile.com/can/eng/