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My 2001 jeep wrangler's passenger seat won't move up or back

It was working properly when a passenger was let into the back. After arriving at our destination, it didn't work to let her out. I can't see anything underneath that could be stopping it. It there some kind of release?

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Check the pull cables see if it is aline propley

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