Q: Q: How do I return the rear seats to their upright position?

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How do I return the rear seats to their upright position?

When you are not using the rear seats for added storage space, you should return them to their upright position. Doing so takes only a few steps: 1. Pull both sides of the seat up into their upright position. 2. Pull down the seat cushion until it is returned to the original position. 3. Return the head restraints to their proper position.

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