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Hi there on a 3 series there are two heavy duty clips that hold the seat down and they are located along the front edge of the seat right in the centre of where the left and right rear passengers would sit, on these two locations grab under the seat and pull upwards fairly hard and the front of the seat will pop up, once the front is up then scoop the seat out. hope this helps
Do you have an owners manual for this BMW? It may help to explain this if you read about the quattro system there. How ever this system probably transfers power to the wheels that have the best traction. The DSC button stands for Dynamic Stability Control and may interact with your quattro system. I would not recommend turning this off in a hard corner on Ice, unless of course you enjoy spinning out of control into a tree. Again find and read your owners manual the germans are very precise people and explain all the features of your car in great detail.
you can change to manual operation by pulling the releasse lever under the l/r seat and this deactivate the moters the roof will open and close manual but you will have to comvert the rear lid when open to secuer the resar lid when the roof is open and this to hold it down.two ruber hold downs like you would use a a beash buggy bonnet
I had the same thing happen! Pushed all the way down the rear back locks, to unlock push the lever in and press DOWN on the seat to release the lock.
I had to check my manual, I tried to lift it 'case it made sense but nope - you have to press down while pushing the lever.