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I have a 2002 toyota corolla and the trunk is jammed shut so i need to get in thrugh the back of the seat. how do you take the seat off?

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Inside the trunk if you do get inside there is a switch and 2 knobs to let down the rear seats. Im sure you already knew that. The only other way to get in the trunk is not to tak eout the seats because its too dangerous to the integrit yof the srs system. You want to take off the plastic surround that is next to the seats and above the seats where the speakers are. Hope this helps. If you have anymore questions please please please comment back

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