Re: can I get an extension for the latch between the legs
You can contact the manufacture, many do have them. Or search online, just make sure that the part you buy is for the brand seat you have or else it may not be safe, that why it is best to go through the manufacture.
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Most Graco Car Seats use a belt system that feeds from below the car seat up through the slotted holes alongside where the baby's legs will be. The belt will go up throught the clasp system that has 2 latches the plug into the ****** release that goes between the child's legs. Next up to the chest clasp and out through the top holes on the upper back of the car seat. Once through those holes it will thread into a fastner on the back of the car seat. If you have a model number and date of manufacture you can go to gracobaby.com and download a manual for free. If you need help getting it simply post a reply here with your model number and I will get it for you. Good luck and safe travels.
We need a model number and date of manufacture. Most Cosco car seat belts are long and thread thru the bottom first. Then up thru where the childs legs are, into the latch mechanism, up thru the chest clasp and out thru the upper back area. A small anchor mechanism on the back of the seat secures the belt on each side. Some belts are 18" long and there are 2. Use the same procesdure just bring both up thru from the bottom. If you can post the model # and date of manufacture I can be more specific.
On the support leg there is an area of grey plastic with grip-friendly texture. Grab hold of the support leg using this section and squeeze - there is a button either side of the support leg that you will depress by squeezing this grey section which will release the support leg.
Ok. First don't panic, I did the same thing with mine! lol. In the front of the seat where your childs legs hang, there is a velco flap. Lift it up and you'll see a metal button(but it doesn't look like a button). Push it in and at the same time pull one of the shoulder straps. This will loosen the strap. Then adjust accordingly. If you remove the back plastic piece you will see all the straps underneath if you want to eventually replace them. You can also adjust the height from the back if needed. Good Luck!
Expensive but buy custom car seats and have them installed. Ones that have been " highway safety approved".
Any other alteration not previously tested is very dangerous not only to you and your passengers but others on the road if you loose control of your car.