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Q: How do I unfold the fold flat load floor?

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How do I unfold the fold flat load floor?

The fold flat load floor is easy to access if your car comes equipped with it. It only takes a few steps.

  1. Lift up the rear seats bottoms, and fold them up towards the back of the seats.

  2. Under the seat cushions is the fold flat load floor, which has a handle on it. Grab the handle and pull the load floor out, like a sofa bed, until it is flat and secure.

  3. When you want to unload the fold flat load floor, just reverse the process.

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