You can use your key to unhook it.zman said:This is one of my minor gripes. Why is a key/tool necessary to unclip this from the base of the third row seat? I wish it unclicked in like a regular seat belt. It is inconvenient to have to climb in and press an object into the little slot.
Yeah, I realize that I just don't understand why it is necessary. I usually end up putting the third row down when I am trying to load something in the back. It would be easier to simply reach over and unclip it.rysamem said:You can use your key to unhook it.
You pull it out of the ceiling like any other belt, but once you click it into the recepticle it does not release like a normal seat belt. There is no button to push. Rather, there is a small recessed button that you need to insert something into (such as the key) in order to release it back up into the ceiling.imgntht said:I'm confused there's a special tool or key needed to use this belt? Nobody ever sits in the third row on a day-to-day basis, but we leave for a family trip in another week and I somebody is going to need to sit back there eventually. Don't you just pull it out from the roof and click it into the seat belt thing at the seat like all other seatbelts? I've pulled it out of the roof slightly when I first bought the car, but never really looked at it.
??? ??? ??? ??? ???Keith said:I thought that belt was for extra support/safety in the 3rd row, not a shoulder belt. Its in the manual, I guess I will have to recheck that. Never used it
Secure the seat? I don't think so. The seat is bolted to the floor and isn't going anywhere. I think they just want you to reconnect it so it's ready for a passenger to use. It's a lap and shoulder seat belt for the middle passenger of the 3rd row.Keith said:Read pages 22 and 23 in the manual. They explain how to lower and raise the 3rd row. It mentions reconnecting the mini latch to secure the seat. That is why I figured that is what it is for. I have not used this feature.