I am trying to load up my car right now to go camping - I can not get the back seat to pull down for anything. I can clearly see that it is made to do this so I have more trunk space that will extend into my back seat. Can you please tell me how to do this?
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Probably have to remove the back seat by pulling up firmly (actually pretty hard) on the seat bottom cushion from the front of the seat. When the seat bottom releases, you might be able to see the keys and retrieve them. If not, proceed to take the seat back off by pulling. This is of course all if you do not have fold down rear seats. Then the problem is much more easier to deal with.
YES. Crawl into the back and remove all of the screws that hold the back plastic panel on.
the back seat is removed by pulling up the rear seat front cushion. Then you get access to the seat back. There are 2 12 mm bolts that hold the seat back AND the side arm rest.Lower arm rest bolts are at the bottom. 12 mm. Tie the seat belts back. The seat back bolts are at the bottom. 12 mm.
B-4 you try that ordeal...... Use lock eaze on the lock cylinder. Graphite spray can.
Try pulling the trunk key back out. maybe a slide hammer.. Put down pressure on the trunk lid,first. Have a friend sit on it...
WD-40: last resort.
Work the key in the cylinder after you dowse the key hole with that crap/chemical. If the key brakes off,into the trunk you go.
You need to have the fuel pressure tested while driving and this can be done, and with the gage. I hook up the gage to the fuel valve and put the gauge facing the windshield and wire tie it to the wipers to see if the fuel pump is bad, if the fuel pressure ranges at 30 PSI I would put a load on it to see if the fuel pressure dropped under those conditions you are driving. I would also test the fuel pressure regulator to see if it gave full fuel that means pulling off the hose and making the fuel rail pressure 50 pounds per square inch. If the regulator passed the test then I WOULD SUSPECT THE FUEL PUMP HAS QUIT. A 2002 is old enough to have this happen they wear out so I hope this helps and gives you an ideal of what to fix.
There shouls be 2 straps inside the trunk at the top. Both on the driver side but one is for the left side and one for the right side seats. Pulling on the straps releases the 'lock' that should then allow you to pull down the seats from the back seat area.