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Harness straps off cosco car seat to wash cover, help reattaching

I took the hardware off the harness straps so i could get the car seat cover off and wash it...now i forget how they go together again, help!

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I need help putting the straps back on a Cosco 5-point car seat. Took it apart to wash and can't get it back together

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