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Try checking out Graco's site to see if your car seat model is listed:http://www.gracobaby.com/CustomerService/ProductInstructions/Pages/default1.aspx?page=ProdInst You can also try checking Manuals Online. They have lots of car seat manuals available for downloading for free:http://babycare.manualsonline.com/manuals/device/car_seat.html
This car seat that has expired! Car seats are good for anywhere from 5-8 years. Afterward, they are considered expired. You need to buy a new car seat. http://baby.about.com/od/healthandsafety/f/car_seat_expiration.htm
Yeah its a bit tricky. ON the fron of the car seat there is a strap that goes intot he seat and has a button to lossen it. Press it down to lossen that strap then flip seat over and on the bottom you will find other end of the same strap and it has a brass t-fitting. Take it and pull it up the back side of seat and the shoulder straps fit into the brass fitting then tighten by pulling strap in front of chair.
Best bet is to give Graco a call. 800-345-4109 I have done it before, you just have to gauge that it looks right. Put on the cover, fit the top (head) part first, then make sure the sides are on good then the bottom (feet) then you need to pull the straps through the slits to cover the shoulders, slide on the chest buckle pieces. Do you still have your manual? I would expcet them to have a diagram of this. :)