Question about 2008 Toyota Highlander
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2004 toyota highlander -
Most dealers will not perform this service, as they become the "final stage manufacturer", and what that means is THEY would be responsible for any claims (liability) that may arise from an accident. Toyota does NOT recommend adding seats, nor do they recommend changing seat types (buckets vs bench). Note that the vehicle is designed with the specific seating positions in mind. To add a 3rd row seat, you would also have to install the proper seatbelts, and secure the 3rd row seats in a fashion that meets NHTSA specifications.
In short, and I apologize for this, please refrain from doing it.
Posted on Sep 25, 2008
ON MY 1990 CAMRY IN THE TRUNK LOCATED ON THE BACK SEAT IS A TYPE OF SWITCH TO UN LOCK THE SEAT THEN INSIDE MY CAR AT THE HEAD REST ON EACH SIDE YOU PULL UP ON THIS BUTTON LOOKING THING AND THE SEAT FOLDS DOWN
MY SEAT IS A SPLIT BACK WITH IT DOWN YOU CAN CLIMB RIGHT THROUGH TO THE TRUNK
Posted on Oct 23, 2009
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