Subaru Outback manuals

Subaru Outback: To hook the top tether

CAUTION

Always remove the head restraint when mounting a child restraint system with a top tether. Failure to do so may prevent the top tether from being fastened tightly.

Outback

1. Remove the head restraint at the seating position where the child restraint


1. Remove the head restraint at the seating position where the child restraint system has been installed with the seatbelt or lower anchorages; lift up the head restraint while pressing the release button. Store the head restraint in the cargo area. Avoid placing the head restraint in the passenger compartment to prevent it from being thrown around in the passenger compartment in a sudden stop or a sharp turn.

2. Open the cover flaps to use the anchorages.


2. Open the cover flaps to use the anchorages.

3. Fasten the top tether hook of the child restraint system to the appropriate


3. Fasten the top tether hook of the child restraint system to the appropriate upper anchorage.

4. Tighten the top tether securely.

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