2007 ComfortSport™ Safety Notice
to view correct vs. incorrect routings. On the affected seats, the Lower Anchorage belt was misrouted behind
the shoulder portion of the harness instead of under
the crotch belt/buckle portion of the harness. In the event of a crash, a misrouted Lower Anchorage belt could affect the performance of the car seat if it is installed in the rear-facing mode and the Lower Anchorage belt is attached to the vehicle's LATCH anchors.
You are not
affected by this Safety Notice if you are using the ComfortSport forward-facing
& have rerouted the Lower Anchorage belt according to the instruction manual for use in this mode.
Injuries Reported: 0
Number of Units Affected: 276,921
Dates Produced: 1/2/2007 - 7/31/2007
Models Affected: 8629TWL, 8632PSO, 8635TAC, 8639COS, 8C00BLG, 8C00DMN, 8C00GRP, 8C00LNW, 8C00MID, 8C00TMB, 8C01SVD, 8C01WTN, 8C02MGI, 8C02MRC, 8C03HAL, 8C03WCF, 8C04FRR, 8433FOF, 8630MTR, 8631DFT, 8631DRA
Consumers with an affected Graco® ComfortSport™ 5-Point harness convertible car seat can click here
to download instructions to reroute the Lower Anchorage belt. If you are unsure, simply install the car seat rear-facing using the vehicle seat belt instead of LATCH.
If you are using a ComfortSport outlined in the information above in the forward-facing mode, this Safety Notice does not apply to you. Rerouting the Lower Anchorage belt according to the instruction manual for forward-facing use will have eliminated the issue.
If you do not know the model number and manufacture date of your car seat, you can find it on the label on the back of the car seat. Click here
for a sample.View the entire Consumer Safety Notice here.
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