Q: So I tried releasing my second row seat in my 2004 ford freestar but it got stuck on a different latch in a different spot

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So I tried releasing my second row seat in my 2004 ford freestar but it got stuck on a different latch in a differen spot in the same hole...please it's costy to go to a.mechanic
My car has an automatic transmission. How do I get it to release the seat

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