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The red lever on the second seat in the middle row does not have any tension on it and does not move any mechanism so that the seat can be removed. What should it be hooked to?

When trying to get the center seat in the middle row to release to take it out of the van, the only way that I can get it to release is to use my fingers to push the pins simultaneously on either side under the seat. The red lever is not engaging to do anything with moving the seat. Should the pins be aligned with parts that are attached to the red foot lever to release the seat?

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