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It's impossible to tell without more information. There are usually pictures and instructions on the sides of the seat. I believe that your nearest fire station will help you, and that is probably the safest route to take. Good luck to you.
Contact the company they have the obligation to send you a manual and let you know if the seat has been recalled. The number for the company should be right on the seat on a sticker, if not look it up online. You can also go to you local fire department and they will show you how to properly install your seat.
nicole...if you cannot locate the car seat and this is a suggestion for others that have car seats.... even if you have the instructions... stop at the local police station, fire dept or health unit in your area. they are more then happy to help you make sure the car seat is installed properly. i know in my country (canada) that they have four or five baby seat "cliinics" to assist in making sure that car seats are properly installed.
I BOUGHT BRAND NEW NANIA CAR SEAT BUT NO INSTRUCTIONS, FROM ARGOS!! YOU NEED TO CONTACT THE MANUFACTURES WHO ARE CALLED Team-Tex and the uk contact no. for them is 0116 284 4910, they will send you the manual that you need.
every car seat is very different, you will need to read the owners manual if you do not have one anymore here is the email to the manufacture to send for one firstname.lastname@example.org
in general though most seats have a slot under the seat where the baby's legs would go for the rear facing installation which, is required by this infant seat, but to be used safely please please consult the owners manual and rad it for sure, as if not put in properly your child can be seriously injured or killed in the case of an accident
your best bet if you need it in now, is to find a car seat check place near you and have them install it properly, they will also show you how to do it properly too this link should help http://www.seatcheck.org/
most police stations and dealerships will do it for you on appointment only basis so contact them as well
just make sure if you go to a car seat check you have your vehicle's owners manual as they / you should refer to it for proper seating of carseats in your vehicle generally center rear is the safest for infants, but not all cars have a LATCH hook up in the center, in which case if they are only on the sides, the drivers side is much safer then the passengers side seating position.
I lost my manual also, but found the website for Eddie Bauer and the manufacturer of the carseat. If you have the product number (located on the carseat itself) you can download the instruction manual there. Here is the website: