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Q: How do I store the rear center seat belt?

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How do I store the rear center seat belt?

A: The rear center seat belt can be stored in ...

The rear center seat belt can be stored in the retractor base, which is located on the ceiling. When you are planning to fold down the rear seats, you should store the rear center seat belt by following these steps: 1. Firmly hold the connector tongue, so that it does not rapidly retract when released. 2. Release the connector tongue by inserting a key into the connector buckle. 3. Insert the seat belt tongue into the retractor. 4. Slowly let the connector tongue into the retractor.

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