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
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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.
The silver box you're seeing under the right middle row passenger seat is the onstar VCIM, not the amp. If your vehicle has an amplifier for the audio system, it will be: behind the right rear quarter panel (in the cargo area) on a regular wheel base trailblazer, or behind the left rear quarter panel (in the cargo area) on a trailblazer XL.
It should be in the cargo floor area, close to the tailgate. Either lift the carpet and/or look for a compartment door. Or is there a panel on the side of the cargo area. The handle to crank the spare up and down, is there too. If you have a space saver spare, its all going to be together under the carpet. Some vehicles place the jack under the back seat.
If you bought it used, a previous owner may have removed the jack. Hope this helps.
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.