Question about 2006 Honda Pilot
The seat pivot release latch works fine, but the seat will not slide forward to allow a passenger easy access to step into the third row seats. I don't know how to take out the seat or can't seem to locate the source of the jam.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I had to take it to the dealer to get it 'unstuck' and they ended up bending the frame of the backseat! If you can get into the spot where it locks into the trunk frame you can unlock it yourself, but you need a second person to hold the seat back form the trunk frame so you can POSSIBLY squeeze your hand or a tool in there to do it. Its VERY DIFFICULT! Hope that made sense...lol
Posted on Apr 06, 2009
SOURCE: Power seat won't recline
are there any other leavers or dials around the seat that you can see that may operate the back rest independantly?
can you see the motors are they intact?
is there a button that selecets the particular funtion you wish to do?
it is functional, can you test that?
dirt is a major key in faulty switcches and can oftem be cleaned
Posted on May 05, 2009
SOURCE: middle row back seats...how can
first fold them flat then pull the handle which will release the rear bottom brackets and allow you to pull back and lift the entire seat out of the van....both seats.
Posted on Jun 03, 2009
on the passenger side feel under the seat and there is a lever that pulls toward you as you stand at the sliding door.
First, raise the armrest, then lower the back all the way forward. Then remove the headrest sit it out of the way and while pulling the lever under the seat towards you, lift up the seat from the back so it tilts forward. When it is standing on its "nose" lift first one side shifting it either forward or backwards to clear the rod on which it is hooked. Do the same with the other side of the seat and then lift it out. Installation is the reverse of removal.
The other seat is much the same, though sometimes the lever is a little different but in the same place.
Posted on Jun 09, 2009
I had this problem not to long ago, it's a very easy fix! I agree with that garr651!
There is a a thin metal wire that runs from the left & right side under the seat. Each end of the wire loops around a small hole on each track bracket and is held in place by two small washers that fit inside a grove.
Check to see if the washers are in the groves and holing each end of the wire tightly. If they're not simply slide them back into place and make sure the wire tight.
The easiest way to do this is to look under the driver seat from the back seat. Also a pair of needle nose pliers may become handy (although not necessary).
Posted on Jun 17, 2009
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