HONDA CIVIC SEDAN 2001 (in English) Service Manual

HONDA CIVIC SEDAN 2001 (in English) Service Manual CIVIC SEDAN 2001 HONDA HONDA https://www.carmanualsonline.info/img/13/34588/w960_34588-0.png HONDA CIVIC SEDAN 2001 (in English) Service Manual

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HONDA CIVIC SEDAN 2001   (in English) Service Manual Devices intended to improve
occupant comf ort or reposition the
shoulder part of a seat belt, severely
compromise the protective capability
of the seat belt and increase the
chance of serious injury i

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HONDA CIVIC SEDAN 2001   (in English) Service Manual The back seat is the saf est place f or
a child of any age or size. The National Highway Traffic Safety
Administration and Transport
Canada recommend that all children
ages 12 and under be properly
re

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HONDA CIVIC SEDAN 2001   (in English) Service Manual Supervise the child. Even mature
children sometimes need to be
reminded to f asten the seat belts
or sit properly.
If you decide that a child can saf ely
ride up f ront, be sure to:
Caref ully read th

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HONDA CIVIC SEDAN 2001   (in English) Service Manual To use the anchorage point, pivot its
cover up.
Your car has three tether anchorage
points under the rear window f or
securing a tether-style child seat to
the car.
Since a tether can provide addition

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HONDA CIVIC SEDAN 2001   (in English) Service Manual The exact location of each anchor is
marked with a small circle above the
lower anchor point.To install a child seat designed to
attached to the lower anchorages:
Your car is equipped with lower
ancho

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HONDA CIVIC SEDAN 2001   (in English) Service Manual Follow the child seat maker’s
instructions f or any additional
advice on adjusting or tightening
the fit.Attach the tether strap hook to the
tether anchorage point and tighten
the strap according to

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HONDA CIVIC SEDAN 2001   (in English) Service Manual This seat belt has a single belt that
goes over your shoulder, across your
chest and across your hips.
Your seat belt system includes lap/
shoulder belts in all f ive seating
positions.
The seat belt

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HONDA CIVIC SEDAN 2001   (in English) Service Manual If the shoulder part of the belt is
pulled all the way out, the locking
mechanism will activate. The belt
will retract, but it will not allow the
passenger to move f reely.
To deactivate the locking
m

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HONDA CIVIC SEDAN 2001   (in English) Service Manual For saf ety, you should check the
condition of your seat belts regularly.
Pull each belt out f ully and look f or
f rays, cuts, burns, and wear. Check
that the latches work smoothly and
that the lap/s

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HONDA CIVIC SEDAN 2001   (in English) Service Manual If a seat belt is worn during a crash,
you should have your dealer inspect
the belt, and replace it if necessary.
A belt that has been worn during a
crash may not provide the same level
of protection