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Q: Where are the LATCH lower anchors?

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Where are the LATCH lower anchors?

A: Your rear seats have four lower anchors tha...

Your rear seats have four lower anchors that can be used with any LATCH (Lower Anchors and Tethers for Children) child restraint system. The lower anchors are located on each side of the rear outboard seats, where the seat cushion meets the seatback. The anchors are far enough back that you cannot see them, but an attached label makes them easy to find. When installing a LATCH system, follow the child restraint manufacturer’s guides for attaching the tethers to the lower anchors.

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