Question about 2004 Volvo XC90
Posted by Anonymous on
There is a small black plastic clip that proably broke off of the paret of the seat that you sit on. You can pull the release manually from the back of the cargo area. To get access you will have to remove the tire jack cover. The slide the "bottom" part of the seat partiallly in. Then there is a release device on each seat track. You have to pull each release at the same time, then push seat "back" forward slightly.
I have broker several of these, there are inexpensive to replace but break often.
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