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Hello,

Here is a link you can go to download instructions for your car seat. It would be helpful if you know your model number for your turbobooster car seat http://www.gracobaby.com/CustomerService/ProductInstructions/Pages/ByBrand.aspx?page=ProdInst&Subcategory=Booster Car Seats&Model=G091011&CategoryName=Car Seats just copy and paste this link into your browser and on the weblink there are several turboboosters that you can choose from.

Thank you please let me know if this helped you out.

Posted on May 05, 2010

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