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Rear seat latch wont catch afraid to put kids in seat in case of accident

When I tried putting back the rear seat to its upright position the seat wont catch and can be easily moved by just pulling it and not using the lever

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Is it not locking on both the front and right side? Or is there a problem only with one side? In all probability the issue could be with your locking mechanism on your seat, have it checked and replaced.

Posted on May 08, 2014

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SOURCE: our back seat won't stay in place, it falls

Apparently you've diagnosed the problem yourself. It needs a new latch (or have it inspected to determine the cause of the problem). It may not need a new latch, perhaps just an adjustment or re-attachment of a loose/disconnected component.

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There should be an adjustment point on this cable at either end. Adjust to make the cable shorter and this should solve your problem.

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