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Date: Tue, 05 Apr 2005 09:10:12 +0100
From: Martin Rich <M.G.Richnospam.ac.uk>
Subject: Re: Seat belt too short for child seat


On Sun, 3 Apr 2005 15:50:04 +0200, "Mark" <mmdddnospamll.nl> wrote: >I wonder whether somebody could help me with the following problem. > >In my Saab 9-3 (2002) the seat belt in the back seat is too short to fit in >a childseat (Maxi Cosi) easily. Does anybody know a safe and not too >expensive way to resolve this problem? > >The Saab dealer says it can make the seat belt longer, but that would cost >me about 160. I hope that there is a cheaper sollution. > This doesn't sound right. I've used both baby seats and second-stage child seats by Maxi-Cosi in the back of my 2000 9-3, and had the baby seat at least both in the centre and the outside. It's possible that Maxi-Cosi products vary in the amount of belt they need, and just possible that a 2002 Dutch model has shorter belts than a 2000 British model, but unlikely enough on both counts to be worth checking out. Have you checked with Maxi-Cosi and also with Saab centrally whether the belt is supposed to fit? Martin

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