The tensioning clip is a good pre-crash tensioner of the seat belt but understanding that seats belts stretch over time and cushion compression changes, we require locking off the belt by pulling the seat belt all the way out until it locks and then feeding it back into the retractor. Refer to vehicle’s owner manual for details about how your seat belt locks and refer to the KNOX manual for compatible seat belt types.
Articles in this section
- Do you have to use the tether in rear-facing and/or forward-facing mode?
- How do you properly fit a child in the KNOX?
- What does the fit inlay do?
- What is the harness height on the KNOX?
- Can you install the KNOX using both LATCH and seat belt?
- At what weight must you stop using LATCH with a child in the KNOX?
- Do I need to lock-off the vehicle belt in my car?
- Is it OK for the KNOX to touch the seat front seat when used in rear-facing mode?
- Can the KNOX be used with an inflatable seat belt?
- What if you can’t find a proper angle when installing the KNOX?