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The non EXT version does for sure. In the fold of the seat where your "behind" goes, there is a nylon pull tab down there. Pull that up, the seat will go back to where your feet go, and now you can pull the back seat down torwards the driver seat using the lever on the side of seat.
Try this for the back seat: Pull the back seat down. Unscrew all the bolts behind the back seats to release it from the brace. Pull the seat back off the rear deck and out of the car. Feel under the seat cushions for release tabs on both sides. Pull the release tabs to loosen the seat cushion. Push the seat belt buckles into the holes to prevent the seat from getting caught up in the seat cushion
The three usual ways to remove lower portion of seat (depending on make of vehicle) are -
1. If possible move front seats all the way forward and get in back so you can use knee to push in hard (towards back of car) on lower section while pulling front edge up. Seat is hooked in tab on floor of car. You have to do this on both sides.
2. At spot where carpet goes under lip of lower cushion look for small tabs. You pull the tab and pull up on front of seat. Again on both sides.
3. At rear edge of lower cushion press down (usually near those tabs for car seat) and look for bolt that holds back of seat in. You have to crush cushion down and use a light but you will see a bolt on each side that must be taken out. Bolt is going through a metal hoop that is part of seat frame.
will need to try and see if latch is damaged or debris is jammed in latch with the other side up look under at latch also check the cable --you can try kneeling on seat and bounce and pull on tab to try and get it to release
You did pull the little tab first, hidden in the seat right? If you're not sure, reach your hand in the seat seam and feel for a nylon pull tab and pull it to move the bottom half towards the front seat.
LIFT THE REAR SEAT BOTTOM CUSHION UP SHARPLY AT THE TWO FRONT CORNERS UNTIL THE TWO CLIPS COME OUT OF THE BODY,THEN SLIDE THE SEAT CUSHION FORWARD AND OUT OT THE VECHICLE. AT EACH LOWER CORNER REMOVE THE NUTS SECURING THE TWO REAR SEAT BACK TABS WITH THE NUTS REMOVED PULL THE SEAT BACK FORWARD ENOUGH FOR THE TABS TO CLEAR THE STUDS THEN PULL THE SEAT BACK SHARPLY UP AND TOWARD THE INSTRUMENT PANEL TO DISENGAGE THE UPPER SEAT CLIPS FROM THE BODY.REMOVE THE SEAT BACK FROM THE VECHICLE.
It's a lot of work for just cleaning. Fold the rear seat down and remove the two 12mm bolts on the bottom corners of the seat back, pull the seat out. Between the seat bottom and the carpet you will find two tabs you need to pull and then pull the seat bottom up and out of the car. Remove the two 10mm bolts securing the seat bolsters to the area the seat bottom was covering. Pull the seat bolsters up and out of the car. Pop the "C" pillar trim off of the car (above the parcel shelf and beside the rear glass) (side airbag vehicles have a slightly different procedure.) Pull up on the parcel shelf carefully and evenly. Remove clean and put everything back together.