Some Evenflo carseats use a harness crotch buckle which may become resistant to unlatching over time.
Recall: Evenflo carseat harness buckle
The Evenflo carseat models listed below use a harness crotch buckle which, when exposed to food and drinks, may become resistant to unlatching over time.
Model numbers are on a white label on the back of the carseat.
|MODEL NAME||MODEL NUMBER PREFIX||AFFECTED DATES OF MANUFACTURE|
|Chase, Chase LX and Chase Select||306||23.8.2011 to 3.3.2014|
|Chase LX and Chase DLX||329||23.8.2011 to 3.3.2014|
Symphony 65 E3
|345 or 346||2.10.2012 to 26.8.2013|
|SureRide DLX||371||20.6.2012 to 17.10.2013|
|Secure Kid LX,
Secure Kid DLX
Secure Kid 100
Secure Kid 300
Secure Kid 400
|308||13.12.2011 to 3.3.2014|
Evenflo will provide a free remedy kit to people who own affected seats. It includes a replacement buckle and instructions for installing the new buckle. To order this please contact Tas Baby Holdings Ltd:
Do not return these convertible car seats and harnessed boosters to retailers.
If you are having difficulty unlatching the buckle before your remedy kit arrives, cleaning the buckle should help. There are videos to show you how to fit the new buckle on this page.