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Toyota Sienna 2010-2021 Owners Manual: Releasing and stowing the seat belt (for the third center seat)

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Toyota Sienna. Releasing and stowing the seat belt


  1. To release plate “B”, press the release button on buckle “B”.

Toyota Sienna. Releasing and stowing the seat belt


  1. To release plate “A”, insert the key or plate “B” into the hole on buckle “A”.

    Retract the belt slowly when releasing and stowing the seat belt.

Toyota Sienna. Releasing and stowing the seat belt


  1. Insert the seat belt plates into the holder on the roof as shown.
Fastening the seat belt (for the third center seat)
Take the plate out of the holder, and then pull down the seat belt. Push plate “A” into buckle “A” until a click sound is heard. Push plate “B” into buckle ...

Adjusting the seat belt shoulder anchor height (front and second outside Tip-up seats)
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 c ...

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