Q: How do you lock or unlock the seat belts?

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How do you lock or unlock the seat belts?

Your car is equipped with combination lap and shoulder belts for every seating position (two in the front and three in the rear). While each seat has its own belt, they all work the same way. Here’s how to lock and unlock them:

  1. Pull the shoulder and lap belt from the side over your body.
  2. Insert the tongue into the buckle.
  3. Listen for the buckle to latch securely.
  4. Test it to ensure that it is completely locked.

To unfasten your seat belt:

  1. Press the Release button.
  2. Pull the tongue out of the buckle.
  3. Let the seat belt retract.
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