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We can not get the base tight to the seat. We have no more strap left after pulling up with our knee pressing down on the base.

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A huge saver for me was placing a foam "Swim Noodle" under the base of the car seat to take up the slack so that you have a tight and secure fit of the base in your car. You can easily cut one to size. One thing they don't tell you is that not all car seats are a good fit for all car models. If you do not have any foam noodles a rolled up bath towel may do the trick as well. I have tried both of these methods upon the suggestion of our local police department that helped me when my son was an infant. Good Luck.

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