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Q: Where are the tether anchors?

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Where are the tether anchors?

A: Your car has tether anchors to help secure ...

Your car has tether anchors to help secure certain child restraint systems. These anchors are located on the floor behind the rear seats and one of the third row seats. To use the tether anchors, follow the instructions provided by the child restraint manufacturer.

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