Question about 2006 Honda Odyssey
The third row seat is stuck. A blanket got caught in the latch below the seat, btu that blanket has already been cut out. We attempt to pulll the release rope @ the back of the seat, but nothing budges. we can't pull the back of the seat up to the normal position. please help
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: third row seats
A little plastic bumper, located on a metal tab on the inside of the bottom seat cushions breaks off. It is supposed to hit the seat back release and allow the back to fold down when you push the bottom cusion in all the way. I finally just bent the metal tab up so it would hit the release and that fixed it. (Look for the broken palstic pieces under the seat cusion area as an indication) The dealer replaced the plastic part several times... a waste of time.
Posted on Mar 24, 2009
I have had this problem, and I am having it again. The problem is if a little trash gets under the bar in the floor, it will keep the mechanism from locking completely. I had tried everything. The only solution so far is the rock back and forth. Real pain. I am trying to find a secret release.
Posted on Sep 07, 2009
SOURCE: Kia Sedona seat stuck
I used a broom. Get in the back row and jam the broom handle under the 2nd row seat. Apply upward leverage and then fold the back rest of the 2nd row seat forwards. This worked first shot for me.
Posted on May 05, 2010
I just fixed my dad's 04 suburban with the back seat's #1 lever not budging. It's a surprisingly simple fix: take a 5 inch flat head screw driver and as you look into the slot where the #1 handle goes, you will see a wheel mechanism that it is connected too. to the left of that wheel, you will see a hammer mechanism with a cord attached to it. all you have to do is carefully push the lever with the screw driver while gently lifting up on the handle.
Hope this helps!
Posted on May 21, 2011
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