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Q: How do I properly attach the rear center seat belt?

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How do I properly attach the rear center seat belt?

The rear center seat belt has two different latches: a connector tongue, and a seat belt tongue. Latch the connector tongue into standard buckle, then latch the center seat belt tongue into the center buckle.

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