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Q: How do you adjust the shoulder anchor on seat belts?

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How do you adjust the shoulder anchor on seat belts?

A: Your front seat belts have adjustable ancho...

Your front seat belts have adjustable anchors located on the support pillar beside each seat. The anchor point can slide up or down to ensure that you get the right fit. Here’s how to work it.

  1. Push the button on the bottom of the anchor

  2. Slide the anchor up or down to adjust its position

  3. Release the button when you have the position that works best for you

Tip

The shoulder belt should never touch your neck – only your shoulder. If the belt touches your neck, move the anchor point down until it doesn’t.

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