Tether Installation For Commercial Cargo Vehicles

To secure the child restraint upper tether strap to the vehicle, follow the instructions shown:

1. Locate the child restraint tether anchor on the lower rear of the front passenger seat.

2. Follow the child restraint manufacturer’s directions for proper use of connecting the child restraint to the extended tether strap.

3. Route the tether strap under the head rest.

NOTE:
Ensure that the child restraint tether strap is centered between the headrest supports underneath the head rest.

4. Using the hook attached to the child restraint tether strap, attach the child restraint tether strap to the metal anchor on the lower rear of the front passenger seat.

5. Following the child seat manufacturer’s instructions, tighten the child restraint tether strap.

6. Inspect the tether anchor strap for nicks, abrasions, discoloration, and loose threads. If these, or any other condition that might affect the performance of the strap is observed, DO NOT USE. Contact your authorized dealership for a replacement part.

WARNING!
The vehicle tether anchor is designed to be used with a child restraint only. It should not be used for any other purpose. Before use, inspect the tether anchor strap for nicks, abrasions, discoloration, and loose threads. If these or any other condition that might affect the performance of the strap is observed, DO NOT USE that strap. Personal injury may result.
Contact your authorized dealership for a replacement part.

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