Recall Information on Infant and Convertible Car Seats

Recalls Car Seat

Car seat recalls don’t happen all that often, but when they do, it is imperative that you get the latest information as soon as possible. There are many reasons why a car seat recall may happen, including malfunctioning parts, safety issues, or defects. Sometimes these problems aren’t discovered until a few years after you’ve purchased the seat itself.

Seats may be recalled because of fit problems, wear and tear issues, metal parts coming loose, choking hazards, and expired parts. Of course, this is only the tip of the iceberg.

You can also find information about how to fix car seats that have been recalled, as sometimes manufacturer’s won’t need to replace the entire seat, but rather you will need to install a new harness or put a specific item onto your seat. It all depends on the severity of the problem.

No matter when or where you purchased your car seat, you have to stay on top of the latest information.

We will update our social media with the latest updates about all recalls.

Product NameRecall DateDescription
Britax B-Agile and BOB Motion strollers recallBritax B-Agile and BOB Motion strollersFebruary 15, 2017

Britax B-Agile and BOB Motion strollers, which include a car seat that can be taken on and off the stroller, have been recalled due to a potential problem with the connection between the two.

The recalled strollers were sold from May 1, 2011, to Feb. 15, 2017. It includes folding, single or double occupant strollers. About 36 000 units were sold in Canada, 676 000 in the U.S., and 4 600 in Mexico.

Check If Your Britax strollers Is Affected By A Recall.

4moms recall4moms Self Installing Rear-facing Infant Car SeatsJanuary 10, 2017

4moms is recalling certain 4moms Self Installing Rear-facing Infant Car Seats, model number 1032, manufactured July 1, 2016, to October 31, 2016.

Due to a tight rivet, the affected car seats have a coupling hook that may not properly engage around the coupling pin, preventing the infant carrier portion from securely attaching to the seat base.

4moms will notify owners and will replace the infant carrier portion, free of charge. The recall began on January 10, 2017. Owners may contact 4moms at or by calling 1-888-614-6667.

Baby Trend Centennial and Kiwi booster seatsBaby Trend Centennial and Kiwi booster seatsJuly 14, 2016

Baby Trend, Inc. (Baby Trend) is recalling certain Hybrid LX 3-in-1 Centennial booster seats, model number FB58181, manufactured on July 23, 2016, and Hybrid LX 3-in-1 Kiwi booster seats, model number FB48417, manufactured on July 14, 2016.

The affected child seats have a center adjuster rivet that may pull through or break if the harness is being used with a child weighing more than 40 lbs. As such, these child seats fail to comply with the requirements of Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard (FMVSS) number 213, “Child Restraint Systems.”

Britax ClickTight Convertible Car SeatsBritax ClickTight Convertible Car SeatsAug 13, 2015

Certain ClickTight model convertible car seats may contain a defect with the harness adjuster button, which would pose a safety hazard. The harness adjuster button may remain down in the “release” position after the harness is tightened. This will enable the shoulder harnesses to loosen from a child’s movements while secured in the seat. A loose harness may not adequately protect a child in the event of a motor vehicle crash.

The recall includes certain Advocate ClickTight, Boulevard ClickTight, and Marathon ClickTight model convertible car seats manufactured between August 1, 2014 – July 29, 2015 with the following US model numbers: E9LT95Q, E9LT95Z, E9LT95N, E1A025Q, E9LT86F, E1A135Q, E9LT86G, E9LT85Q, E9LT86A, E9LT86H, E9LT85S, E1A015Q, E1A016A, E1A016H, E1A166F, E9LT87J, E1A116L, E9LT76P, E9LT71Q, E9LT76N, E9LT76B, E9LT75R, E9LT76L, E1A006B, E1A005R.

Recaro Child Safety, LLCRecaroJuly 30, 2015

If the top tether anchorage detaches from the child restraint, there is an increased risk of injury to the child or other vehicle occupants. These restraints fail to conform to the requirements of Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard number 213, “Child Restraint Systems.”

Recaro is recalling approximately 173,063 car seats. The recall includes certain ProRIDE child restraints (model number 332.01 in all colors) manufactured from 04/09/2010-06/09/2015, as well as Performance RIDE child restraints (model number 333.01 in all colors) manufactured from 01/15/2013-06/09/2015. In the event of a crash, the top tether anchorage may detach from the child restraint.

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