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Toyota Corolla Cross: Child restraint system compatibility for each seating position (for Puerto Rico)

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■ Child restraint system compatibility for each seating position

Compatibility of each seating position with child restraint systems displays the type of child restraint systems that can be used and possible seating positions for installation using symbols.

Also, the recommended child restraint system that is suitable for your child can be selected.

Otherwise, check [Recommended child restraint systems and Compatibility table] for recommended child restraint systems.

Check the selected child restraint system together with the following [Before confirming the compatibility of each seating position with child restraint systems].

■ Before confirming the compatibility of each seating position with child restraint systems

1. Checking the child restraint system standards.

Use a child restraint system that conforms to UN(ECE) R44*1 or UN(ECE) R129*1, 2.

The following approval mark is displayed on child restraint systems which are conformed.

Check for an approval mark attached to the child restraint system.

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Example of the displayed regulation number

  1. UN(ECE) R44 approval mark*3
    The weight range of the child who is applicable for an UN(ECE) R44 approval mark is indicated.
  2. UN(ECE) R129 approval mark*3
    The height range of the child who is applicable as well as available weights for an UN(ECE) R129 approval mark is indicated.

2. Checking the category of the child restraint system.

Check the approval mark of the child restraint system for which of the following categories the child restraint system is suitable.

Also, if there are any uncertainties, check the user's guide included with the child restraint system or contact the retailer of the child restraint system.

  • "universal"
  • "semi-universal"
  • "restricted"
  • "vehicle specific"

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*1: UN(ECE) R44 and UN(ECE) R129 are U.N. regulations for child restraint systems.
*2: The child restraint systems mentioned in the table may not be available outside of the EU area.
*3
: The displayed mark may differ depending on the product.

■ Compatibility of each seating position with child restraint systems

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Suitable for "universal" category child restraint system fixed with the seat belt.

Suitable for child restraint systems given on recommended child restraint systems and compatibility table.

Suitable for i-Size and ISOFIX child restraint system.

Includes a top tether anchorage point.

*1: Move the front seat fully rearward.
If the passenger seat height can be adjusted, move it to the upper most position.
*2
: Adjust the seatback angle to the most upright position. When installing a forward-facing child seat, if there is a gap between the child seat and the seatback, adjust the seatback angle until good contact is achieved.

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*3: If the head restraint interferes with your child restraint system, and the head restraint can be removed, remove the head restraint.
Otherwise, put the head restraint in the upper most position.
*4: Not suitable for child restraint systems with support leg.

■ Detail information for child restraint systems installation

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ISOFIX child restraint systems are divided into different "fixture". The child restraint system can be used in the seating positions for "fixture" mentioned in the table above. For kind of "fixture" relation, confirm the following table.

If your child restraint system has no kind of "fixture" (or if you cannot find information in the table below), please refer to the child restraint system "vehicle list" for compatibility information or ask the retailer of your child seat.

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■ Recommended child restraint systems and Compatibility table

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When securing some types of child restraint systems in rear seat, it may not be possible to properly use the seat belts in positions next to the child restraint without interfering with it or affecting seat belt effectiveness.

Be sure your seat belt fits snugly across your shoulder and low on your hips. If it does not, or if it interferes with the child restraint, move to a different position. Failure to do so may result in death or serious injury.

  • When installing a child restraint in the rear seats, adjust the front seat so that it does not interfere with the child or child restraint system.
  • When installing a child seat with support base, if the child seat interferes with the seatback when latching it into the support base, adjust the seatback rearward until there is no interference.
  • If the seat belt shoulder anchor is ahead of the child seat belt guide, move the seat cushion forward.

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  • When installing a junior seat, if the child in your child restraint system is in a very upright position, adjust the seatback angle to the most comfortable position. And if the seat belt shoulder anchor is ahead of the child seat belt guide, move the seat cushion forward.

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