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Q: How do I use the child restraint tether anchors?

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How do I use the child restraint tether anchors?

A: Depending on your exact model, your vehicle...

Depending on your exact model, your vehicle is equipped with either two or three child restraint tether anchors. Many child restraint systems rely on tethers. The anchors in your car are on the back wall of the cabin. Attach the child restraint tethers to these anchors, and proceed as instructed by the child restraint manufacturer.

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