Q: How do I use the rear side seat belt hooks?

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How do I use the rear side seat belt hooks?

The rear side seat belts can be stored along the door to keep them out of the way when you fold down the rear seats. To do this, simply hook the rear outer seat belts to the hooks below the seat belt retractor.

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