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Q: How do you remove the second row seat cushions?

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How do you remove the second row seat cushions?

A: While you can lower your seats almost to th...

While you can lower your seats almost to the floor position, you can also remove the seat cushions from the car completely. This offers even more cargo and carrying capacity. Here’s how to do it:

  1. Locate the release strap near the floorboard and pull it.
  2. Flip the cushion toward the front of the car.
  3. Locate the yellow release tab.
  4. Lift it.
  5. Pull the cushion toward you to remove it from the hinges.

To reinstall the cushion:

  1. Push the cushion back into place.
  2. Make sure the hinges lock.
  3. Flip the seat cushion back to the upright position.
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