Child restraint fixing system with a tether strap

Mounting points

Only use the mounting eyes for the upper LATCH mounting eyes
Only use the mounting eyes for the upper LATCH retaining strap to secure child restraint fixing systems; otherwise, the mounting eyes could be damaged.◀

BMW X5

BMW X5
BMW X5

There are three additional mounting points for child restraint fixing systems with a tether strap on the 2nd row seats, refer to arrows. Fold out before using the center mounting point.

BMW X6

BMW X6
BMW X6

For child restraint fixing systems with tether strap, there are three additional mounting points on the back of the rear seat backrests, see arrows.

Retaining strap guide

Make sure the upper retaining strap does Retaining strap
Make sure the upper retaining strap does not run over sharp edges and is not twisted as it passes to the top anchor. Otherwise, the strap will not properly secure the child restraint fixing system in the event of an accident.◀

BMW X5

BMW X5
BMW X5

1. Direction of travel

2. Head restraint

3. Hook for upper retaining strap

4. Mounting point

5. Backrest

6. Upper retaining strap of child restraint fixing system

When using the cargo cover, pass the upper retaining strap between the backrest of the 2nd row seats and the cargo cover.

BMW X6: outer rear seats

BMW X6: outer rear seats

BMW X6: outer rear seats
BMW X6: outer rear seats

1. Direction of travel

2. Head restraint

3. Hook for upper retaining strap

4. Mounting point

5. Backrest

6. Upper retaining strap of child restraint fixing system

When using the cargo cover, pass the upper retaining strap between the rear seat backrest and the cargo cover.

BMW X6: center rear seat

BMW X6: center rear seat

BMW X6: center rear seat
BMW X6: center rear seat

1. Direction of travel

2. Head restraint

3. Strap guide

4. Hook for upper retaining strap

5. Mounting point

6. Backrest

7. Upper retaining strap of child restraint fixing system

When using the cargo cover, pass the upper retaining strap between the rear seat backrest and the cargo cover.

Attaching the retaining strap to the backrest of the 2nd row seats
Attaching the retaining strap to the backrest of the 2nd row seats

BMW X5

On outer seats:

1. Slide the head restraint upward.

2. Guide the upper retaining strap between the supports of the head restraint.

3. Attach the upper retaining strap to the mounting point with the hook.

4. Slide the head restraint into the bottom position.

5. Pull the upper retaining strap taut.
 

On the center seat when equipped with two rows of seats:

1. Fold the center armrest somewhat toward the front.

2. Guide the tether strap through the opening in the center armrest.

On the center seat when equipped with two rows of seats
On the center seat when equipped with two rows of seats

3. Fold back and engage the center armrest.

4. Hook in tether strap on mounting point.

5. Pull tether strap taut.

On the center seat when equipped with three rows of seats:

1. Slide the head restraint upward.

2. Guide the tether strap between the head restraint brackets.

3. Hook in the tether strap on the mounting point with the hook.

4. Slide the head restraint into the bottom position.

5. Pull tether strap taut.

BMW X6

1. Route the upper retaining strap over the middle of the head restraint.

2. Attach the upper retaining strap to the mounting point with the hook.

3. Pull the retaining strap taut until it compresses the cushion of the head restraint, thus preventing the strap from sliding off.

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