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How do I remove the two rear seats of a seven passenger 2007 Rav4?

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Pry off plastic tabs covering ends of rails. Remove (14mm) bolts at end of rails going to car floor. Seat is now free. Turn seat on side. Pry black wire housing off its holder. Wiggle seat side of release wire so that it comes out the slot of the housing. Lift the seat out of the car. The wire is the remote release from the trunk area.

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Should jst be clicked dwn pull hard thy shud kum out if not lean them forword and lokk under neth 4 sum bolts

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