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Toyota RAV4 Owners Manual: Releasing and stowing the seat belt (for the rear center seat)

Toyota RAV4 Owners Manual / For safety and security / For safe use / Seat belts / Releasing and stowing the seat belt (for the rear center seat)

  1. To release the hooked buckle “b”, push the buckle release button.

Toyota RAV4. Release button
Release button

  1. To release the hooked plate A insert the mechanical key  Or plate B or the wireless key into the hole on the buckle.

When releasing the seat belt, retract it slowly.

Toyota RAV4. Releasing and stowing the seat belt (for the rear center seat)


  1. Stow the plates in the cover.

Toyota RAV4. Releasing and stowing the seat belt (for the rear center seat)


  1. Put plate “a” and “b” together, and then stow the plates in the cover.
  2. Fully insert the plates all the way.
  3. Push down the plate until a click is heard to lock it.
Fastening the seat belt (for the rear center seat)
Press the plate to release, and then pull the seat belt. Push the plate into the buckle in the order of plate “a” and plate “b” until a clicking sound is heard. ...

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Push the seat belt shoulder anchor down while pressing the release button. Push the seat belt shoulder anchor up. Move the height adjuster up and down as needed until you hear a cl ...

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