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    Can anyone please tell me where the anchor points for a baby seat are in a 2002 Xsara? I assume the rear of the hatch, but where?

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    Quote Originally Posted by acitroen View Post
    Can anyone please tell me where the anchor points for a baby seat are in a 2002 Xsara? I assume the rear of the hatch, but where?
    I've just had a look at the owners manual, it seems there are no anchorages pre-installed? It shows the use of the fitted 3 point seat belts. See attached.

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    Thanks for your answer. I have a feeling that by law all cars that came to Australia from 85 must have anchor points. My old 89 Mazda had them in the rear of the hatch. The use of the rear seat belt is mandatory with a belt that runs to an anchor point. But where?

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    Quote Originally Posted by acitroen View Post
    Thanks for your answer. I have a feeling that by law all cars that came to Australia from 85 must have anchor points. My old 89 Mazda had them in the rear of the hatch. The use of the rear seat belt is mandatory with a belt that runs to an anchor point. But where?
    Our car is an Australian delivered car, OK, there is an additional part to the handbook for Aus delevered cars. (sorry for crappy scan) See new attachment

    Edit: added better scan

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    Thats it. Thanks so much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by acitroen View Post
    Thats it. Thanks so much.
    My pleasure, I feel bad about referring to the handbook, not a very blokey thing to do

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