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Mazda CX-5 Owners Manual: Center-Rear Position Seat Belt

Before using the center-rear lap/shoulder belt make sure tongue (A) and anchor buckle (B) are fastened.


Fastening the Seat Belt

1. Grasp the seat belt tongue (C).

2. Slowly pull out the lap/shoulder belt.

3. Insert the seat belt tongue (C) into the seat belt buckle (D) until you hear a click sound.


WARNING

Fastening the Center-Rear Seat Belt with Only One Buckle: Fastening the center-rear seat belt with only one buckle is dangerous. If only one pair of seat belt tongues and buckles is fastened (either seat belt tongue (C) and seat belt anchor buckle (D) or seat belt tongue (A) and seat belt buckle (B)), then the seat belt cannot provide full protection. In a sudden stop or collision, the user could slide under the belt and suffer serious injuries. Always make sure that both pairs of seat belt tongues and buckles are fastened properly.

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