HONDA PRELUDE 2000 (in English) Owner's Guide

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Installing a Child Seat

After selecting a proper child seat, and a good position to install the seat,
there are three main steps in
installing the seat:

1. Secure the child se

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Protectin g Infant s

Child Seat Type

Only a rear-facing child seat provides
proper support for a baby's head,
neck, and back. Infants up to about
one year of age must be r

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Rear-Facing Child Seat Installation
The lap/shoulder belts in the back
seats have a locking mechanism that
must be activated to secure a child
seat.
The following pages provide in

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4. After confirming that the belt is locked, grab the shoulder part of
the belt near the buckle and pullup to remove any slack from the
lap part of the belt. Remember, if
the l

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Rear-Facing Child Seat Installation Tips
For proper protection, an infant must
ride in a reclined, or semi-reclined
position. To determine the proper
reclining angle, check with

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Child Seat Type
A child who can sit up without support, and who fits within the childseat maker's weight and height
limits, should be restrained

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If it is necessary to
  put a forward-
facing child seat in the front, move
the vehicle seat as far to the rear as
possible, be sure the child seat is
firmly secured to the car,

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2. To activate the lockabl
 e retractor,
slowly pull the shoulder part of the
belt all the way out until it stops, then let the belt feed back into the
retractor (you might hear

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To deactivate the locking mechanism in order to remove a
child seat, unlatch the buckle,
unroute the seat belt, and let the belt
fully retract. Additional Precautions for Small

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Checking Seat Belt Fit

To determine if a lap/shoulder belt properly fits a child, have the childput on the seat belt. Follow the
instructions on page 16 . Then check
how the be