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The back seat latch on my 2005 Honda CRV not not

The back seat latch on my 2005 Honda CRV dos not work. I pulled the screw and plastic cover to find that the plastic release latch has one broken arm. The plastic latch is attached to an arm that reaches down to a spring and cable .When I try to move the spring and cable, they will not budge. Before I replace the broken latch I want to know why the spring and cable do not move and how they can be released.

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