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We have a 2002 model child car seat that also has Costco on the buckle. The buckle that is to hold the child secure will not latch. Can this buckle part be replaced?

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Car seats are usually only good for 5 years unless there is a label on the seat that states otherwise.  you would be better off buying a new car seat

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you said & then when you get them through
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