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Moving maxi cosi to another car

Baby staying with granny need tto change from vehicle to vehicle, can't find how to release isofix points to do this

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Hi,
I assume that you mean the Maxi Cosi Priorifix?
At the top of the leg (that extends to the floor of your car) there is a button (which, if connected to the Isofix points will be red) push this button in as far as it will go and the seat will release from the Isofix points.

I hope this helps.

Posted on Sep 15, 2009

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