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Car Seat Installation on Stroller

We bought our travel system from a mom-to-mom sale and we have no idea how the car seat locks into the stroller. We can place the car seat on top of the stroller, facing the person pushing it, but is there a way to strap/lock the seat onto the stroller?

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  • the4mcds May 27, 2008

    I have an Eddie Bauer travel system from 4 yrs ago when my son was born. Now we are trying to use it for our daughter but can't find the bar that the car seat clicks into so we can use the stroller. Anyone know where I can get one?

  • Anonymous Sep 10, 2008

    where do i get the bar to connect the carrier onto the stroller

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You also need to make sure the stroller back is in the position where the baby would be laying down.

Posted on Aug 20, 2007

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There should be a tube with red ends that fits into a bracket when not in use below the pushing handle of the stroller. This is removed & put into place where there are two holes to this effect on the sides of where the child would sit when there is no car seat on top. The car seat should then "click" into postion when pushed down on the tube.

Posted on Aug 17, 2007

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Call the company the number is on the back of the seat ...They will send you one.May cost a few dollars but not much.Also try ebay

Posted on Jun 13, 2008

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