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My little boys car seat moves all over without the car seat brackets. Are there any on a 97 or is there a fix for this?

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If my 99 has them, I haven't found them yet. I use the seatbelt for the main seat restraint but then wrap the back strap around the head rest supports. Seems to hold quite well.
 

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Hi there thunder92,

I have a 96 and it has 3 brackets, just in front of the upper tailgate. I always wondered what they were for 'till Mrs Boss way babysitting a friend's kidlet.
Mrs Boss installed the kidlet seat and threw over a long flat tape, with a clip on the end and asked me to "clip it on and tighten it"!
Evidently, Mrs Boss was a nanny for a few years and had all sorts of cars to drive, so she's the resident expert in kidlet safety gear :clap:

Hope this helps,
Cheers,
Mick.
 

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thanks guys. Mrs boss....nice:). I didn't find brackets but I had the headliner recovered so may be under it now. I took the strap and wrapped under the seat m back around the strap again. Really tight. See if my mrs boss is happier now. Thx
 

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I have one of those but mine are the other way around (slot faces forward). They're too thin for the standard baby seat clip!!

I have our seat in the normal rear seatbelt and it doesn't move around
 

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rogan said:
I have one of those but mine are the other way around (slot faces forward). They're too thin for the standard baby seat clip!!
Sounds like it's incorrectly fitted.
 
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