Basically, you pull the ******** the center of the back snug -- however, this particular stroller will not sit at 90 degrees to the ground if that's what you're looking to do, the seatback can only be as up as far as the top comes nearly even with the frame (you run out of adjustment room)
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Seat adjustment ranges are sometimes limited and sometimes there is a fault, such as a coin or something falling into one of the runners.
Cars intended for the premium market often have forward/back, up/down and sometimes tilt adjustment for the driver seat while for the small car, basic or budget market usually only have forward or back. Because on average a person who has shorter legs and needs the seat forward will also have a shorter body so enterprising designers have made the seat runners of some models slope upwards to lift the driver as the seat is moved forward.
Adjustable steering columns are fairly common, though only in the rise/fall plane. I haven't seen a telescopic column for many years. What is really needed is adjustable pedals but designers and manufacturers are very reluctant to go down that avenue, though there are companies specialising in such modifications.
You need to be on the ground on your knees with a good light looking under the seat to see if the available adjustment range takes the seat to the true limit of its travel in both directions.
Look in the back of the carseat and you should see where you can adjust the straps and then pull the length trough the front of the carseat. I don't have an evenflo, but sometimes there's a clip you can move forward to make the straps longer.
We just fitted our 'new' secondhand narnia yesterday with instructions and it was a bit of a fiddle, but once in was very secure. Place the lap/diagonal belt through the slot in the back so that it comes out the front, it then goes over the arm rest, back through the other slot, across the back of the seat, then through the slots in the other side over the arm rest again and click it in.
I have the same problem. I want to remove the headrest so that i can wash the cover. my car seat looks like the one on this pagehttp://4.bp.blogspot.com/_MrQjKKC90Ik/TKXqOfzH-cI/AAAAAAAAEic/Oe3gQmMldtM/s1600/ferrari+2.jpg
The best instructions I have found (as I have the same car seat!) were on YouTube. These instructions are really clear as they are in video format and they show you how to fit the seat in both the lie fat and rear facing mode.
In terms of the harness, you may or may not be aware that there a number of adjustments that can be made. The first is that you are able to adjust the positioning of the straps within the seat so that the child is not overhanging the seat. In addition the straps themselves lengthen by adjustment with the buckles on the straps.
I think all of these adjustments are in the instruction manual, which is available on line from the manufacturer if you have lost it.
Hope this helps!