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1988 chrysler 5th Ave. rear seat

I cant get the rear seat out, either the back or the seat. I see the "U" hooks in

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Push in and up at the same time at the bottom front of the need to use some force. Before you start, peek under there with a flashlight and you will see the hooks. Seeing them will give you a better idea on how it comes out. (not hard once you do it a few times)

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