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All those seat motors are under the seat. The forward and back motor has cables that are used to move the seat. If a plug are cable came loose, easy to find. Can be a pain to fix. Not much room to work. Some times the seat has to come out. I think I would be more worried to what damage is on the bottom of the car first. Just saying.
Not an easy task. You likely have one of 2 problems. If center seat belt is in the seat that is down, it may be locked. If so, you need to remove the seat back cover then the seat belt retractor. You can then position the seat belt retractor upright (how it sits when the seat is up) and pull the seat belt out making slack to raise the seat. This only happens if the either the stop on the seat belt is broken or the seat belt guide on the seat back is broken. If that's not the problem, you likely have a release cable that has come loose under the seat. If you look at the half that works, you can determine what you need to move on the locked seat and try to get to it with a long tin screwdriver or similar implement.
You have to flip the bottom of the rear seat forward. There should be a strap to pull where the seat bottom and seat back meet. The seats will not fold all the way down with out flipping the bottom up first.
There might be a short strap in the center of each section where the back and the seat come together. Pull that strap to release and fold the seat aginst the front seat. Then you should seelatches to release the backs and fold them down. Hope this helps
There is a D shaped handle on the side of the seat nearest the door. Lift up on it and the seat back will fold forward, and the entire seat mechanism will lift up and to the front, giving your passengers room to get into the back seat. Simply push the seat back toward the rear of the car to set it back in place; it will lock itself down once it's back in its original position.
In order to access the battery, have to pull the seat portion up and out toward the back of the front seat.
There are 2 little black flat points about 3 inches wide that slip behind the back part of the rear seat backs. It is kind of like a up and out motion. The battery is large and heavy.
You might need to take out the seat completely in order to get to the battery. If you have heated rear seats there is small connection you may need to disconnect to free up the seat for removal. Simply disconnect it. It is a wire length connection on the rear passenger side close to the exit door threshold.
The battery has a rubber type hold down,but the the real securing point is the plastic block that is bolted down.
You have to remove the block with a socket to release the battery completely.
Seat goes back in that same motion just slip the black points under the back of the seat and push back and then down.
To fix that scenario, I have to get to the bolts anchoring the seat belt which can be found under the rear seat. Which a socket wrench, remove the bolt freeing the seatbelt to allow you room to release the lock to pull the belt out from the top of the back seat. You may now push the back seat into its upright position and then refasten the seatbelts with the bolt to it's former position under the back seat.
When I in later times need to lower the back seat, I will either loop the seatbelt around the head rest or tie two belts together allowing for slack in case the belt tightens again when trying to move the seat back to its original position.