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2010 Honda CR-V Owner's Manual ➜ Lap/Shoulder Belt

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Additional Information About Your Seat Belts  
All seat belts have an emergency  
Lap/Shoulder Belt  
The lap/shoulder belt goes over  
your shoulder, across your chest,  
and across your hips.  
locking retractor. In normal driving,  
the retractor lets you move freely in  
your seat while it keeps some  
tension on the belt. During a collision  
or sudden stop, the retractor  
To fasten the belt, insert the latch  
plate into the buckle, then tug on the  
belt to make sure the buckle is  
automatically locks the belt to help  
restrain your body.  
latched (see page  
for how to  
properly position the belt).  
The seat belts in all positions except  
the driver’s have a lockable retractor  
that must be activated to secure a  
To unlock the belt, press the red  
PRESS button on the buckle. Guide  
the belt across your body so that it  
retracts completely. After exiting the  
vehicle, be sure the belt is out of the  
way and will not get closed in the  
child seat (see page ).  
The lap/shoulder belt in the center  
seating position on the rear seat is  
equipped with a detachable seat belt  
that has two parts: a small latch plate  
and an anchor buckle.  
If the shoulder part of the belt is  
pulled all the way out, the lockable  
retractor will activate. The belt will  
retract, but it will not allow the  
passenger to move freely.  
The detachable seat belt should  
normally be latched whenever the  
seat-backs are in an upright position.  
For more information about the  
detachable seat belt, see page 109 .  
To deactivate the lockable retractor,  
unlatch the buckle and let the seat  
belt fully retract. To refasten the  
seat belt, pull it out only as far as