Q: How do I engage/disengage automatic locking mode?

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How do I engage/disengage automatic locking mode?

The automatic locking feature keeps the seat belts pre-locked. This feature should be used anytime a child is riding in the seat. To engage and disengage the automatic locking mode.

  1. Buckle the seatbelt.

  2. Pull the shoulder portion of the seat belt and pull it down until the entire seat belt is pulled out.

  3. Let the seat belt retract.

  4. Disconnecting the seat belt and letting it retract completely will disengage the automatic locking mode.

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