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Q: How do I adjust the rear seat?

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How do I adjust the rear seat?

A: Like the front seats, the rear seats can be...

Like the front seats, the rear seats can be adjusted to move forward or move backward. However, the rear seats cannot be adjusted separately, but only as a unit. Here’s how: 1. Locate the release bar, which is located under the front of the rear seat cushion. Lift and hold the release bar. 2. Slide the seat forward or backward into the desired position. 3. Release the release bar to lock the seat into place. 4. Try and move the seat to make sure that it is firmly secured.

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