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Old 01-19-2004, 02:55 PM   #1
GuyLR
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Default Back Seat Warning Label

Does anyone know why Subaru has a label that warns against loading luggage in the back seat area when the seat bottom is folded forward but the seat back is still upright? That would be on the rubber mat covering the body under the seat. I'm considering buying a Baja and that area looks like it would be good for my dog as it's not so high for her to jump up(she's getting old like me). I couldn't tell if there was any wiring under the mat that might be damaged if you put something on top.
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Old 01-19-2004, 07:27 PM   #2
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I dought that it would damage anything in the it damage, but the seat is not secured so if you got rear ended or maby emergancy stop, it dould cause damage to lugage and what ever you might put there (E. G. - you dog) and SOA wants to cover their perviable butts.

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