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How to open seat - 1996 Yamaha TRX 850

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Remove the rear seat squab using the ignition key in the lock below the rear shock reservoir, look at the front wall of the tool compartment and you will find a catch which you pull. It took me a bit of head scratching to find it when I wanted the seat removed. Good luck.

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