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The fuel pump is not under the back seat.but if you still wanyt t remove it just look beteen the seat and the floor carpet the is a little piece of flat metal sticking out, use a pliers or vise grip to hold it and pull forward while push the seat up at the same time. Mine was a little stiff but it did come out.

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most likely your key battery needs to be replaced. due to the involvment of the key, it uses alot more battery power then older cars and the battery should be replaced every year. hope that helps.

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the bottom of the rear seat pulls straight up at the front and out. its pretty tight, you need to pull very firmly.

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