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Third row seat on Ford Taurus Wagon will not unlock to unfold

Seat is folded away for cargo - cannot lift back up

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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Its pretty tough...the headrest comes as a cassette type and a release cable that runs down the back rest of the 3rd row seat.

Posted on Aug 16, 2008

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A little plastic bumper, located on a metal tab on the inside of the bottom seat cushions breaks off. It is supposed to hit the seat back release and allow the back to fold down when you push the bottom cusion in all the way. I finally just bent the metal tab up so it would hit the release and that fixed it. (Look for the broken palstic pieces under the seat cusion area as an indication) The dealer replaced the plastic part several times... a waste of time.

Posted on Mar 24, 2009

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SOURCE: How do I fold by back seat down?

If you will open your trunk, you will see a round handle lever you pull on to release the seat. There should be one on each side. They are located near the top of your trunk.

Posted on Jun 19, 2009

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my third seat is stuck in the down position . press switch to raise i hear the motor but nothing happens. 2006 ford explorer

Posted on Jan 17, 2010

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SOURCE: 2006 Ford Explorer: Back seat won't fold flat to

Okay so im just going to start from the seat being upright in a normal riding position.

1. You need to fold the head rests first. Pull the black tab under both headrests. They should spring into a folded position.

2. pull the side seat lever (on the door side of the seat). This will fold the top/back support down to an angle.

3. There is one more lever on the backside of this seat. Its in plain sight on the angled portion of your seat. Lift the big plastic lever.

4. While keeping the handle lifted, grasp the back of the seat and pull it torwards the front of the car. The seat should come unlocked and roll forward and down more towards the floor. If you have a bunch of junk on the floor, it obviously wont work. clear the path and the seat will fold completely flat.

Also, your drivers seat and front passenger seat cannot be all the way back, they need to come forward some in order for the second row seats' head rests to clear and fold flat.

Posted on Oct 22, 2010

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