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Toyota Corolla Cross: Child restraint system fixed with an ISOFIX lower anchorage (for Puerto Rico)

Toyota Corolla Cross (2022-2024) Owner's Manual / For safety and security / Child safety / Child restraint system fixed with an ISOFIX lower anchorage (for Puerto Rico)

■ ISOFIX lower anchorages (ISOFIX child restraint system)

Lower anchorages are provided for the outboard rear seats.

(Marks displaying the location of the anchorages are attached to the seats.)

Child safety

■ When installing in the rear outboard seats

Install the child restraint system in accordance to the operation manual enclosed with the child restraint system.

If the child restraint system on hand is not within the "universal" category (or the necessary information is not in the table), refer to the "Vehicle List" provided by the child restraint system maker for various possible installation positions, or check the compatibility after asking the retailer of the child seat.

1. 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.

With flexible lower attachments

2. Remove the anchorage covers, and install the child restraint system to the seat.

The bars are installed behind the anchorage covers.

Child safety

With rigid lower attachments

2. Remove the anchorage covers, and install the child restraint system to the seat.

The bars are installed behind the anchorage covers.

Child safety

3. If the child restraint has a top strap, follow the child restraint manufacturer's operation manual regarding the installation, using the top strap to latch onto the top tether anchorage.

4. After installing the child restraint system, rock it back and forth to ensure that it is installed securely.

■ When installing in the rear center seat

There are no lower anchorages behind the rear center seat.

However, the inboard lower anchorages of the outboard seats, which are 16.1 in. (410 mm) apart, can be used if the child restraint system manufacturer's instructions permit use of those anchorages with the anchorage spacing stated.

Child restraint systems with rigid lower attachments cannot be installed in the center seat. This type of child restraint system can only be installed in the outboard seat.

■When using an "i-Size MIDI"

Adjust the support leg and ISOFIX connectors as follows:

Child safety

  1. Lock the ISOFIX connectors where number 1 can be seen.
  2. Lock the support leg where 6 holes can be seen.

WARNING

■When installing a child restraint system

Observe the following precautions.

Failure to do so may result in death or serious injury.

  • When using the lower anchorages, be sure that there are no foreign objects around the anchorages and that the seat belt is not caught behind the child restraint system.
  • Follow all installation instructions provided by the child restraint system manufacturer.
  • Never attach two child restraint system attachments to the same anchorage. In a collision, one anchorage may not be strong enough to hold two child restraint system attachments and may break. If the lower anchorages are already in use, use the seat belt to install a child restraint system in the center seat.
  • When securing some types of child restraint systems in rear seats, 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.

  • If the seat is adjusted, reconfirm the security of the child restraint system.

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