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SOURCE: HOE TO FOLD DOWN REAR SEATS

1 lift the front of the lower part of the seats, then fold the lower part front
2 remove the headrest and fold upper part front

Posted on Apr 22, 2009

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SOURCE: rear seat stuck in collapsed position

I'm not sure about every other one, but the 2001 Odyssey has a "switch" in the seat so that it can only move one way. If you don't get the seat fully collapsed, it won't let you pull it out. Mine got stuck because I had jumper cables in the "well" and so it wasn't getting all the way collapsed. I "fixed" it by kneeling on the back of the seat and sorta' jumping a little. There was a little click and then the seat released.

Posted on May 22, 2009

SOURCE: rear brake cailpers won't collapse on 2007 ford fusion

Open bleeder valve & push caliper piston, in as
you rotate piston to screw in parking brake

Do this by hand,only use a clamp on the front calipers

Posted on Apr 08, 2013

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