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definitely annoying
Crashes / Fires:
0 / 0
Injuries / Deaths:
0 / 0
Average Mileage:
26,500 miles

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2001 Toyota Corolla accessories - interior problems

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2001 Toyota Corolla Owner Comments

problem #2

Aug 252006


  • Automatic transmission
  • 53,000 miles


: the contact stated the locks on each side of the child safety seat were not secure. The belt that was threaded through the locks became loose and was free to move around. The seat was britax, model # E9L06-D5. The manufacturer date was 7-13-06.

- Baltimore, MD, USA

problem #1

Sep 012000


  • miles
I have never experienced a problem installing and properly securing car seats in automobiles. However, since I purchased this car, the dealership, myself nor my family members are able to get a car seat installed in the vehicle properly after following the installation directions of both the car seat and the vehicle. Any of the seat belts will not secure a car seat. We even bought a new car seat to see if that was the problem. Once the seat belt is as tight as it could possibly ever be, you can still lift the car seat off of the seat by about 12 inches and the car seat does not feel as though it is even hooked into the seat belt. I stopped by the dealer where I purchased the automobile about 2 weeks ago, and they couldn't get the car seat secured either. If the car seat can't be secured properly, how is it that a person is safe with the seat belt" is this a problem with the new Corolla's? my daughter has a 1995 Toyota Corolla and the car seats in her vehicle can't be budged! is this a defect with my car only? I feel that this is a very serious situation. How do I know that my family is safe in this car and that the safety restraints are working correctly" please investigate this matter as soon as possible. I am concerned for my family and my own safety. Thank you for your time.

- Barstow, CA, USA

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