Q: Q: How do I recline the rear seats?

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How do I recline the rear seats?

You can recline the rear seats very easily to increase comfort: 1. Locate the lever at the top of the seatback that you wish to recline. 2. Lift the seatback lever. 3. Recline the seatback to the desired position. 4. Release the seatback lever to lock the seat into place. 5. Try and move the seat to make sure it is securely in place.

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