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Q: How do I operate the cinch tongue seatbelts?

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How do I operate the cinch tongue seatbelts?

The cinch tongue seatbelts can be repositioned along the belt as well as fastened. Seatbelts are very important and should always be fully operational. To operate the cinch tongue seatbelts.

  1. To add more length to the seat belt, pull some of the belt out of the retractor while sliding the tongue and pulling it down.

  2. When you have enough length, push the tongue into the proper buckle.

  3. Press the seatbelt release button when you are ready to get out of the car to release the belt.

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