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How do I fit this in the car using the seatbelt?

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Hi Olivia - The Maxi Cosi Mico is a USA carseat, so for advice and fitting instructions please contact Dorel USA at crelations@djgusa.com

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We recommend a physical fitting of any carseat / carseat base prior to purchase to confirm suitability.

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The carseat would require a physical fitting from trained staff prior to use to ensure it can be safely installed using the 3 point seatbelt. This is due to the fact there is no standard length for seatbelts or seatbelt webbing so we would always advise a physical fitting from trained staff for any unit being fitted with the seatbelt as it may fit one vehicle but not another of the same make, model and registration.

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How do you replace a seatbelt in a 98 Toyota tacoma


Check this generic procedure:
1. Follow the harness side of your seatbelt (this is the side you pull across your shoulder and lap to connect to the anchor side) to the points where it connects to the car frame.
2. Using a flat head and Phillips screwdriver, unscrew and pry off any plastic housing that is covering the bolt connections. Select a socket that will fit the bolt and attach the wrench to the bolt.
3. Feel underneath the car for the other end of the seatbelt bolt. Fit a box wrench to the nut and hold it still while unscrewing the bolt with the socket wrench inside the car.
4. Unbolt the shoulder attachment of the harness with a socket wrench. Remove the harness side seatbelt from your Toyota Corolla.
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6. Feel down at the bottom of the anchor side of your old seatbelt. There will be one bolt and nut attaching it to the bottom of the car. Remove the bolt using a socket and box wrench.
7. Install the replacement anchor side. Before you tighten the bolt, connect the seatbelt and make sure that you have the anchor side facing the correct direction to receive the harness. When it is right, tighten the bolt.

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Hi, I would like to ask a few questions: 1. Does the Maxi Cosi Cabrio car seat fits only to the isofix base, or can it be installed to the mico base as well ? If it does, the only difference is that the...


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The Maxi Cosi CabrioFix can be fitted without any base, using the 3 point seatbelt: With the EasyFix base, using IsoFix points or 3 point seatbelt: With the EasyBase and EasyBase 2 using the 3 point seatbelt. It cannot be used with the Mico carseat base as they are not designed to be used together. The Mico is available in US and does not meet UK standards: Likewise the CabrioFix does not meet US standards so they should never be used together.

If you don't know how to fit the carseat into your vehicle using the 3 point seatbelt please check your user manual, or download a replacement copy at www.maxi-cosi.com before use go to an authorised retailer to check it is correctly installed as this will affect the performance of the carseat.

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Will it fit fiat panda 5 door


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Any carseat fitted with the 3 point seatbelt in a vehicle requires a physical fitting from a trained member of staff prior to purchase to confirm suitability.

This is due to the fact that there is no standard length for seatbelts and seatbelt webbing and a carseat may be suitably fitted in one vehicle but not another due to lack of seatbelt length.

Please take your vehicle to your nearest authorised retailer and ask for a carseat fitter trained member of staff to provide a physical fitting to establish suitability.

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We have installed the child seat rear facing into a 2003 jeep liberty. I would appear from the instructions that only the foot end of the car seat is attached to the car allowing the head to end of the...


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The horizontal or lap section of the three point seatbelt should be placed over the foot end of the carseat and held in place under the two blue clips either side of the seat. The diagonal section of the seatbelt should go around the back of the carseat through the blue clip at the back.

Ensure the seatbelt is tensioned fully to prevent excessive movement.

If you're still not satisfied it is fitted correctly do not use it and return it to your retailer with proof of purchase and ask them to show you how to fit it properly.

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Nania car seats are rear facing car seats that use the car's seatbelts to keep it in place. The seatbelts slide under the two tabs toward the front of the car seat and are then snapped into the other side of the seatbelt clasp. Most fire stations or hospitals have people that can help you if you are unsure. Some Jr Colleges have people who are public leasons (?) to help too. Good luck and be safe.

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I have a maxi cosi cabriofix and need a base to go with it. Which base fits this model? What is the difference between the easy base and easy fix? My car does not have the iso fix adaptors so that will...


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How to fit a maxi cosi cabrio car seat - note it is the old style not the new cabriofix


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To fit the Cabrio (with seat belts only), follow these steps:
Note that you will have three metallic looking blue seatbelt hooks (made of plastic) on the Cabrio. One is at the back to carseat (directly behind the childs head) and also there is one either side of the child (when seated in the carseat), these hooks are used to slip the seat belt into and therefore secure the seat.
Placing the carseat facing the rear windscreen of the car - if this is in the front seat, then ensure that your airbag is disabled if you have one. If this is not possible, then DO NOT use the front seat.
Ensure that the carseat handle is clicked into the 'carrying' position, upright.
Taking the seatbelt in your hands, slip the lapbelt through the two blue hooks which are either side of baby and then click the seatbelt into the buckle. Pull firmly so it's nice and taut, hold onto the carseat when you are pulling the seatbelt.
Whilst taking the slack with one hand, take the shoulder seatbelt and loop through the third blue hook (located on the back of the carseat) and again pull firmly whilst holding onto the carseat.
When you attempt this, practice without the baby in as this is much easier to do.

Finally, check that the buckle of your seatbelt is not resting too high or on an angle of the cabrios plastic shell, as this is considered dangerous and is called 'buckle crunch', for more information on this, please see the link below, which explains with images:

http://www.childcarseats.org.uk/choosing/fitting.htm

I hope this helps.

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