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Q: How do I use the seat belt comfort guide?

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How do I use the seat belt comfort guide?

A: The seat belt comfort guide can be used to ...

The seat belt comfort guide can be used to adjust the shoulder strap on the rear outboard seat belts. It should be used when an occupant is too short for the seat belt, and the belt is resting near the person’s neck. Using the comfort guide is easy:

  1. Remove the comfort guide from the pocket on the side of the seat.

  2. Slide the belt into the slot of the guide, making sure the cord for the guide stays behind the belt.

  3. Buckle the seat belt, and adjust the guide to the right position.

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