2019 BMW X3 — Owner's Manual – Page #118

Posted on 21 Feb, 2020
Model: 2019 BMW X3
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Before installing LATCH child
restraint fixing systems
Pull the safety belt away from the area of the
child restraint system.
Assembly of LATCH child
restraint fixing systems
1. Install child restraint system, see manufactur‐
er's information.
2. Ensure that both LATCH anchors are prop‐
erly connected.
Child restraint systems with
tether strap
Safety information
If the upper retaining strap is incorrectly used
for the child restraint system, the protective ef‐
fect can be reduced. There is a risk of injury.
Make sure that the upper retaining strap is not
guided across sharp edges and without twist‐
ing to the upper retaining strap.
If the rear backrest is not locked, the protective
effect of the child restraint system is limited or
there is none. In particular situations, for in‐
stance braking maneuvers or in case of an acci‐
dent, the rear backrest can fold forward. There
is a risk of injuries or danger to life. Make sure
that the rear backrests are locked.
The anchors for the upper retaining straps of
child restraint systems are only provided for
these retaining straps. When other objects are
mounted, the anchors can be damaged. There
is a risk of damage to property. Only mount
child restraint systems to the upper retaining
The respective symbol shows the
anchor for the upper retaining
strap. Seats with an upper top
tether are marked with this sym‐
bol. It can be found on the rear
seat backrest or the rear window shelf.
Routing the retaining strap
1 Direction of travel
2 Head restraint
3 Hook for upper retaining strap
4 Anchor
5 Seat backrest
6 Upper retaining strap
Attaching the upper retaining strap
to the anchor
Raise the head restraint, if needed.
2. Guide the upper retaining strap between the
supports or along both sides of the head re‐
straint to the anchor.
3. If there is a retaining strap, run it between the
backrest and the cargo cover.
4. Attach the hook of the retaining strap to the
5. Tighten the retaining strap by pulling it down.
6. Lower and lock head restraints as needed.
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Transporting children safely
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