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Has anyone had success getting the FUSION seat belt extensions to work in the back seat?
They work in the front seats but for some reason they will not work in the back seats???
The seat belts clips are so recessed, that it is next to impossible to get my daughter belted in her booster seat.
I figure with the extra few inches that an extension gives it will make the task much easier.
 

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AMEN Lammer!!! I have the hardest time getting mine belted with her booster seat. You either have to crawl over them, or crawl through the front to get to them. Not real easy to do in car line at school. If you hear of something please let me know
 

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AMEN Lammer!!!  I have the hardest time getting mine belted with her booster seat.  You either have to crawl over them, or crawl through the front to get to them.  Not real easy to do in car line at school.  If you hear of something please let me know
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I talked to the sales manager at my local dealership today, he mentioned the ones I have (fusion style) will only work in the front seat. :( BUMMER !

The thing that bugs me, is that I had a pair for the old Taurus and they work fine in the back of it, and the Freestar minivan. :x but are not compatible with the Fusion.
 

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that sucks. But I don't have too much of a problem belting in my son in his booster seat. I wonder if different styles of booster seats make it easier to belt in our cars. I use his booster seat in the centre rear postion though. Biggest problem I have is the manual locking feature engages many times as you extend the belt too far when bolting it in place then my son gets pinned into the seat and begins to get frustrated. Once the manual locks engage on the belt you have to remove the child and seat to get the belt to retract all the way to the end to disengage the locks. that sucks. I have him in a full size booster seat, I seen those lower section only seats (with latch tethers) advertised in some stores and I was thinking they may be easier to use, not sure though.
 
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