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I have a 2003 Ford Excursion Limited: I had the passenger side rear seat in the down position, which requires the bottom part of the seat to be lifted up against that back side of the front passenger side seat. Then the back portion of the rear passenger side seat is rotated flat for floor position, with the back of the rear passenger seat now facing the ceiling. When I try to reposition the rear seat back to it's upright position, it will not return. I use the exact same routine that I have been using for years, as does the Driver side rear seat ( that is two passengers in width ) however the rear passenger side ( one passenger in width ) will not return upwards to the upright position. PLEASE HELP

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I just encountered this problem with my 2000 Ford Excursion. After fighting with it for several hours I realized that the section of the seat that is facing up towards the roof of the vehicle was applying pressure to the back of the seat that was facing down and preventing the back of the seat from coming up when I pulled the lever. So, the next time I pushed the seat up that is facing the roof while I pulled the lever and this resovled my problem.

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