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Old 04 Jan 2007, 06:25 pm
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Default Backseat driverside lock release strap problem

Wailing female with backseat fold up problem.
* The problem: the lock release strap on the backseat on the
driverís side wonít release the seat so that it can be lifted and
folded up.
* What I did: From its original passenger position, while seated I
moved the slide bar under the seat so that the seat was pushed as far
back as it allowed. It seemed to lock.
* I folded the seat back down upon its cushion (the headrest removed).

* I lifted the lock release strap and although it seemed to behave
like the other lock release on the passenger side, it failed to
function. It didnít unlock the seat so that it could be folded up.

* I should mention that the seat was originally in the fold up
position.
* My original intent was to lift the whole seat out. I saw the
sliding bar near the bottom of the folded up seat and tried moving it
thinking that it would release the seat and allow me to remove it. I
was not aggressive and hardly messed with it. I didnít recognize the
bar as the seat slide bar for adjusting the seat backwards/forward.
It was then that I tried what I stated above. 2003 CRV w/30,000
miles rare use of passenger seat in any position.
Thanking you in advance.

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Old 04 Jan 2007, 08:17 pm
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Default Re: Backseat driverside lock release strap problem ( CR-V )

aacharmed wrote:
> Wailing female with backseat fold up problem.
> * The problem: the lock release strap on the backseat on the
> driverís side wonít release the seat so that it can be lifted and
> folded up.
> * What I did: From its original passenger position, while seated I
> moved the slide bar under the seat so that the seat was pushed as far
> back as it allowed. It seemed to lock.
> * I folded the seat back down upon its cushion (the headrest removed).
>
> * I lifted the lock release strap and although it seemed to behave
> like the other lock release on the passenger side, it failed to
> function. It didnít unlock the seat so that it could be folded up.
>
> * I should mention that the seat was originally in the fold up
> position.
> * My original intent was to lift the whole seat out. I saw the
> sliding bar near the bottom of the folded up seat and tried moving it
> thinking that it would release the seat and allow me to remove it. I
> was not aggressive and hardly messed with it. I didnít recognize the
> bar as the seat slide bar for adjusting the seat backwards/forward.
> It was then that I tried what I stated above. 2003 CRV w/30,000
> miles rare use of passenger seat in any position.
> Thanking you in advance.
>

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