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Yes, under the rear seat bottom on a sedan or behind the rear seat back on the panel under the carpet on the cargo area, right behind the seat back, screws hold the panel on, fuel pump right below it, easy to replace...I just did mine,1998 Legacy Wagon.
Check under the lid in the rear cargo area some people put them there. It should be located in the left or right access panel in the rear cargo area. Since it's a used vehicle it may still be on the side of the road from the previous owner, I've seen that a lot. Change a tire, in a hurry, jump back in... If either of these proves empty check behind the rear (passenger's) seat gap cover. Thanks for using Fixya and please leave a comment and rate my assistance.
If you are talking about the third row seat, the first step is to fold the seat down. Pull the lever behind the passenger side of the third row seat and fold the seat down. Then, from the cargo area, raise the bar located directly behind the third row seat and lift the seat forward. The seat should now be detached from the car and can be removed. When you reinstall the seat, be sure to secure the seat properly so passengers do not get injured in a sudden vehicle maneuver. This should help you to fix your problem. Contact me at FixYa if you have any further questions.
You will need to access the back of the vehicle either in the cargo area behind the rear seat or under, the seat... not sure which model year used which location but try behind the seat first.. This will involve removing the liner and the housings underneath it so you are down to the metal of the floor boards
middle seat belt shouldn't have anything to do with it. The seat locks down for stowage in the rear cargo area. you can pull the release handle on the back of the seat to release it back into the up position.
You have to pull forward on the belts located at the bottom of the seat while pushing the lever on top of the seat to lower it. Make sure to take off head-rests or the seats won't lay flat. Its almost like pulling the bottom cushion off in a forward motion, Hope it helps