HONDA CIVIC SEDAN 2001 (in English) Owner's Guide

HONDA CIVIC SEDAN 2001 (in English) Owner's Guide CIVIC SEDAN 2001 HONDA HONDA https://www.carmanualsonline.info/img/13/34588/w960_34588-0.png HONDA CIVIC SEDAN 2001 (in English) Owner's Guide

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HONDA CIVIC SEDAN 2001   (in English) Owners Guide This page brief ly summarizes
Honda’s recommendations on where
to place rear-facing and forward-
f acing child seats in your car.Never in the f ront seat, due
to the f ront airbag hazard.
The passen

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HONDA CIVIC SEDAN 2001   (in English) Owners Guide Af ter selecting a proper child seat,
and a good position to install the seat,
there are three main steps in
installing the seat:Make sure the child is properly
strappedinthechildseat
according to the

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HONDA CIVIC SEDAN 2001   (in English) Owners Guide Only a rear-f acing child seat provides
proper support f or a baby’s head,
neck, and back. Inf ants up to about
one year of age must be restrained in
a rear-f acing child seat.In this car, a rear-f

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HONDA CIVIC SEDAN 2001   (in English) Owners Guide With the child seat in the desired
back seating position, route the
belt through the child seat
according to the seat maker’s
instructions, then insert the latch
plate into the buckle.
The lap/shoul

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HONDA CIVIC SEDAN 2001   (in English) Owners Guide Pushandpullthechildseat
f orward and f rom side to side to
verif y that it is secure enough to
stay upright during normal driving
maneuvers. If the child seat is not
secure, unlatch the belt, allow it

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HONDA CIVIC SEDAN 2001   (in English) Owners Guide Forproperprotection,aninfantmust
ride in a reclined, or semi-reclined
position. To determine the proper
reclining angle, check with the baby’s
doctor or f ollow the seat maker’s
recommendations.
T

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HONDA CIVIC SEDAN 2001   (in English) Owners Guide A child who can sit up without
support, and who f its within the child
seat maker’s weight and height
limits, should be restrained in a
f orward-f acing, upright child seat.In this car, the best pla

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HONDA CIVIC SEDAN 2001   (in English) Owners Guide With the child seat in the desired
seating position, route the belt
through the child seat according
to the seat maker’s instructions,
then insert the latch plate into the
buckle.
The lap/shoulder b

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HONDA CIVIC SEDAN 2001   (in English) Owners Guide Pushandpullthechildseat
f orward and f rom side to side to
verif y that it is secure enough to
stay upright during normal driving
maneuvers. If the child seat is not
secure, unlatch the belt, allow it

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HONDA CIVIC SEDAN 2001   (in English) Owners Guide When a child reaches the
recommended weight or height limit
for a forward-facing child seat, the
child should sit in the back seat and
wear a lap/shoulder belt.
If a child is too short f or the should