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Pulling down the back seat

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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The cloth handles should be hanging down inside the trunk. Pull the cloth handle to release the seat back lock or pull both for both seat backs to unlock.

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Should be 2 cloth handles pull them both at the same time

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