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I'll try too explain...there are two hidden clips under the back seat...you need to put your back against the back of the drivers seat, facing the back of the car....now with your knee, push down real hard on the front of the rear seat.. now at the same time you are pushing down, take both your hands and push the back seat to the rear (were your knee is) and pull up..all at the same time...
you have to do this on the passanger side also....It may take a couple trys...you have to man handle it...GOOD luck hope this helps you ??

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