Ford Fusion: Booster cushions - Child safety - Ford Fusion Owners manualFord Fusion: Booster cushions

WARNINGS:

Do not install a booster seat or abooster cushion with only the lapstrap of the seat belt.

Do not install a booster seat or abooster cushion with a seat belt thatis slack or twisted.

Do not put the seat belt under yourchild’s arm or behind its back.

Do not use pillows, books or towelsto boost your child’s height.

Make sure that your children sit inan upright position.

Secure children that weigh morethan 15 kilograms but are less than150 centimetres tall in a boosterseat or a booster cushion.

CAUTION:

When using a child seat on a rearseat, make sure that the child seatrests tightly against the vehicle seat.

It may be necessary to lift or remove thehead restraint. See Head restraints.

We recommend that you use a boosterseat that combines a cushion with abackrest instead of a booster cushiononly. The raised seating position will allowyou to position the shoulder strap of theadult seat belt over the centre of yourchild’s shoulder and the lap strap tightlyacross its hips.

Booster seat (Group 2)

We recommend that you use a boosterseat that combines a cushion with abackrest instead of a booster cushiononly. The raised seating position will allowyou to position the shoulder strap of theadult seat belt over the centre of yourchild’s shoulder and the lap strap tightlyacross its hips.

Child seat positioning

Booster cushion (Group 3)

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