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1998 Toyota Camry accessories - interior problems

accessories - interior problem

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1998 Toyota Camry Owner Comments

problem #1

Dec 022009

Camry

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A D V E R T I S E M E N T S

I have attempted to install the eddie bauer eb adj booster car seat (model 22880-mtta) in 3 different cars and it simply will not tighten into place. It's as if the shape of the car seat is at a 90 degree angle and thus will not fit into the seat of the car. If the base sits flat on the seat of the car, the head sits straight up, leaning forward from the seat of the car about 6 inches. Tightening it with a belt does no good because it continues to wobble back and forth several inches from front to back or even from side to side. Even the latch system does not work because it only pulls the carseat backwards, leaving a gap of several inches between the base and seat of the car. This is an incredibly dangerous design.

- Atlanta, GA, USA

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