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Lost car seat instructions. How do I install facing rear? It looks easy enough but i want to make sure I'm not missing anything.

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If it has a base and you car is equipped with mounting bracket there should be small metal hooks attached to canvas straps. Simply attach the hooks to the mounting points and tighten. If no mounting brackets you will have to remove the seat from the base. Pull the lap/shoulder belt all the way out, and on the base you should see plastic retaining slots. Weave the lap and shoulder belt through both sets of hooks on the base and pull tight. When the seat is mounted back to the base you should have very little movement when you wiggle the seat

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