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Date: Sun, 3 Apr 2005 19:40:54 +0200
From: "Mark" <mmdddnospamll.nl>
Subject: Re: Seat belt too short for child seat


Yes, it does fit, but easily. If I put in the child seat I buckle it first. Then I move the child seat towards the back benck (so the baby almost falls out!) and then I can hook it up through the back of the seat. We have done this with our first two kids. But now, with number three, it is a bit crowded at in the back and a longer seat belt would make things a lot easier. So any suggestions are more than welcome! Mark "Nasty Bob" <nospamspeedypancakenospamail.com> schreef in bericht news:0QV3e.23542$r47.17823nospamnews.blueyonder.co.uk... > Are you sure you're fitting the seat correctly? It's been a couple of > years > since we needed one, but the way it hooked up (through the back of the > child > seat) actually needed less belt length than strapping in a person... > > > "Mark" <mmdddnospamll.nl> wrote in message > news:424ff47f$0$136$e4fe514cnospam.xs4all.nl... >> 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. >> >> Kind regards, >> >> Mark >> >> > >

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