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Seatbelt won't pull out as locking mechanism stuck. Need to refit child seat into Nissan Tida
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The straps must be undone from a claw on the underside of the car seat so you have to remove the whole thing from the car. The claw is designed to keep the straps in place and this it does very well but its position on the undercarraige leaves no room for your hands and makes it near impossible to manage.
Posted on Jun 14, 2009
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Posted on Apr 29, 2009
I located my instruction manual for this carseat. It instructed me to turn the carseat over & located on the bottom are two metal brackets that lock the seatbelt harness. You just have to detach each metal bracket & pull through the bottom slots of the carseat, readjust each seatbelt to whatever level is necessary & push back through the bottom of the seat to lock securely. Thanks anyway for your help!
Posted on Apr 13, 2009
yeah i had a cabrio and just fitted it in car with the seat belt the part of the seat belt that would go around your waist goes over the front of the carseat and over were the baby would be sitting there is clips at either side just below the carryhandle put the seat belt through them then put the part of the seat belt that would go around your neck round the back there should be another clip in the middle of the back above the storage part if you put the seat belt throgh it then clip the buckle in and pull tight the car seat should be secure hope i explained it easy to follow.
Posted on Nov 03, 2008
SOURCE: Rear Facing Installation
That is the common installation process for a convertible carseat in rear-facing position. It is important that the shoulder/lap seatbelt be as tight as possible. This can best be achieved by putting as much of your own weight as possible on the carseat (without the baby of course), clicking into the seatbelt fastener and then pulling as much slack as possible out of the seatbelt strap. If you have the assistance of another adult, one should provide the weight on the carseat from inside the vehicle while the other pulls on the seatbelt strap from outside to remove as much slack as possible. If you have an I-shaped locking bracket, it should be installed over both straps 1 inch from the seatbelt fastener.
Some, but not all, manufacturers provide a metal locking bracket to be placed on the seat belt after the carseat is installed to prevent excessive slippage. You could contact your manufacturer to see if one should have been provided or you may purchase one at most major baby product retailers.
Be aware, a little movement of the installed carseat is considered normal and acceptable.
One last note, many fire stations, police stations, children's hospitals and even car dealerships offer free carseat safety checks. Call those in your area and ask if they offer this service.
Posted on Mar 10, 2008
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