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How to fix cables for seat closure yukon

I have wire cables hanging under my second seats. Second seat won't fold down. Bought it that way. Single grandma needs help!

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There should be a loop between the seat and backrest, pull that and the seat will pull toward the front seats. After that, pull the lever located at the outside of the backrest. This lever is on the outside of the seat by the door-side of the seat. Pull that up and allow the backrest will fold down and the headrest will pivot back and your seat is folded down.

Posted on Jul 12, 2008

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I found a Owner's manual online...I can email it to you. I have it in an Adobe file.


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Posted on Jan 12, 2009

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SOURCE: need to remove 2004 Yukon drivers seat. how do

there are plastic covers over the front bolts that hold the seat to the floor remove the screws the hold these covers on then remove the two front bolts under these covers then move the seat all the way forward and you should be able to see the two bolts that hold the rear of the seat to the floor pan there could be covers on these to remove the bolts and then tip the seat forward and unplug the wire connector for the power seat(if it has this option).hope this helped

Posted on Jan 02, 2010

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try to look under it for the cheap *** piece of wire or spring they use to connect the lock levers to the handle.

Posted on May 13, 2011

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SOURCE: Rear bucket seat won't lift

Rear bucket seat won't lift to the seating position. We folded the seat down and the seat is now locked in the down position.

Posted on Aug 07, 2011

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