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    Default Help, anyone drive a Rav4?

    Hi all,

    I'm planning a road trip with my SIL next week and we want to take her Rav4. I was just wondering if anyone can tell me where the child seat anchor points are (it's a mid-noughties model) and whether they are a complete fitting or if I need to buy a bolt to screw in.

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    Default Help, anyone drive a Rav4?

    I think they are in the boot on the floor behind the rear seats. My sil also has one. She did not need bolts for hers, it was a complete anchor point. Hers is about a 2010 model though.. Hth.

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    Oh my god! We have one and it took ages to find them!!. Yep, behind the seats under the carpet thing...

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    If she has the manual it should say where they are.


 

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