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Locked my keys in trunk of 2002 kia rio , how do I take out the back seat??

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Two large bolts secure the bench in place. Remove them. Three large bolts sechur the backrest in place. Remove them. Lift the backrest up until it unhooks from the three supports near the top. You will the be able to remove the plastic panels leading to the trunk. They are secured with small plastic retainers. Good luck. Takes about 15 minutes.

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Try to open with a alternate key

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Go to the dealer they can give a copy of the key. Do not forget to bring personal ID and ID identication for car.

Posted on Aug 21, 2009

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