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Isofix Brackets: Where Are They?

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I had been under the impression that since 2006 all cars come with ISOFIX points.

I can find no trace of these in my 2007 3dr Fiesta Zetec, however.

I have read some suggestions that they might be concealed within the rear seat, but this also does not seem likely.

Can anyone categorically tell me whether my car has ISOFIX points.

If not, would it be possible to have them fitted?

Many thanks.

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This is from the 2010 Mk7 manual:



Use an anti-rotation device when

using the ISOFIX system. We

recommend the use of a top tether

or support leg.

Your vehicle is fitted with ISOFIX anchor

points that accommodate universally

approved ISOFIX child seats.

The ISOFIX system comprises of two rigid

attachment arms on the child seat that

attach to anchor points on the outboard

rear seats, where the cushion and

backrest meet. Tether anchor points are

fitted behind the outboard rear seats for

child seats with a top tether.

See if your car has these in a similar position.

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