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Q: How do I fold up the rear seats?

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How do I fold up the rear seats?

The rear seats have a split 60/40 cushion. Instead of being folded in half, a smaller or larger part of the seat can be folded up, allowing more options for storage. To fold up the rear seats.

  1. Pull the rear seat control to release the seat cushion.

  2. Pull the seat cushion up until it is vertical and locks into place.

  3. Pull the rear seat control to release the seat cushion.

  4. Push the seat cushion down until it is horizontal and locks into place.

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