There are 2 handles on the back of the seat where it attaches to the floor. If you hold the button on the handle and push it down it should release the seat from the floor. After this it just rolls out the back. Same for the middle seat if you need to remove it.
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it could a blockage at the spayer outside .take a safety pin and poke in the small hole outside. to check the button remove,it from the dash take a 12volt tester check to make sure you have poweon one side
If you're on the smallish side and pretty limber, you might avoid removing the rear wheel. If not, you will likely need to remove the rear wheel and put the van on jack stands securely. I would remove the underside splash shield and gain access from underneath. It looks like you will need to unscrew the plastic insert that surrounds the filler neck inside the area that is exposed when you open the fuel door. Make sure you get the vent hooked up correctly when you are done.
If yours is a Braun Entervan conversion and the spare tire has been relocated to the inside rear behind the seat, your rear seats will not come out, they are bolted to the floor. From the factory, they are designed to unlatch and come out, but after the conversion, the undercarriage of your van is completely different, especially if you have a lowered floor, and even more so if you have a kneeling van. If you unbolt the rear seats, you will have to bolt them back in, they're not quick releae anymore. If you van floor is lowered (usually about 10") "High Water" has a whole new meaning for you, it doesn't have to be very high at all to flood your interior.
Steve, Houston TX