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C4GP Luggage retention net/dog guard

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iscom   
Tue Apr 17 2012, 06:29am
Member No: #20936
Joined: Jul 21 2011
Location: Ireland Fermanagh & Galway
I am having a problem trying to find how you fit this behind the front seats I have folded the 2nd row of seats down but can't find any lugs/bracket that the 2 clips on the Guard can clip into. . I have no problem fitting to the rear once I realized about right and left ( only fits one way)
trev h   
Tue Apr 17 2012, 12:21pm
Member No: #10864
Joined: Sep 11 2009
Location: kent/se london
According to the handbook it fits into the isofix anchoring points which are located on the seat backrests, have to remove plastic covers to gain access, you then clip it as normal to the fixing points in the roof.
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iscom   
Tue Apr 17 2012, 01:20pm
Member No: #20936
Joined: Jul 21 2011
Location: Ireland Fermanagh & Galway
Ahhh yes I did not realized that the small plastic clips could be removed, I thought they where something to did with baby seats but they clip off very easy once you know what they are for.
GingerBear   
Fri Jan 29 2016, 01:34am
Member No: #43035
Joined: Dec 21 2015
Location: Whitchurch, Shropshire
Hello folks. I know this is an old thread but is anyone else struggling to make the net stay extended whilst driving along? The vibration of the road seems to knock the top of the net out of the housing/ bracket in the ceiling. Any suggestions?
Mahmoudfs   
Mon May 29 2017, 02:13pm
Member No: #47108
Joined: Dec 27 2016
Location: JERUSALEM
Thanks you
fuel__2001   
Thu Nov 12 2020, 04:35am
Member No: #46098
Joined: Sep 04 2016
Location: inverness
trev h wrote ...

Also what idiot put the rear 12v socket in that place when you put the net in place it renders the socket useless, sits right on top of it. Designers!!


Agreed the position is [%*^#@!] when using the net. However its taken a while to fathom a work around for this - other than putting in a new socket.

This workaround allows you to power 2 USB devices from the rear power socket with the net in place

You will need a
  • Divi - mini dual port USB power socket

  • 2 x USB Extension cable right angled (90degree)UP


The gap between the bottom of the netting and top of the extension cable is just enough to get a rizla paper between






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