Question about 2006 Ford Freestar
Adjust the seat so it's folded and upright. Near where the seat is attached to the floor is a "square shaped" metal bar (attack from the bak of the seat). Pull that bar to release the floor clamp. Note I had to lean the chair to about 45 degrees to get it to work. It took a fair amount of pulling and cursing. Now that it's out, I'm going to spray the clamp with a little WD40. Maybe next time it'll work more smoothly.
Posted on Feb 12, 2011
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