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pull the lever and lift, or unlock the lock under front of seat and tilt back seat, or pull levers and tilt pull forward lift off, or flip lever in back and slide out, or undo front or back and slide out the batteries.
You have to flip the bottom of the rear seat forward. There should be a strap to pull where the seat bottom and seat back meet. The seats will not fold all the way down with out flipping the bottom up first.
Remove headrest, there is a small button on the base of the headrest mount you need to push in. Next pull up the strap at the front of the seat cushion bottom, then flip forward. Press in the flipper on the top of the seat back and pull forward.
There is a little green plastic clip that is attached to the cable and pull lever, if you trace from the pull lever and cable to mechanical lever then to bottom of the frame it is on the bottom half of the seat, you will see it once you flip up the seat bottom over , on the black metal frame is where the clip is at, towards the bottom and facing the other seat frame that your not flipped up. well anyways the green clip is probably broken, or the cable came undo( which I doubt) the clip is a weak point in the seat mechanism , you wont be able to find it a retail automotive stores, dealer item only , that's if they even carry it anymore, or you might try a junk yard and look around for another excursion seat or a f250 or super duty and use that one. I've heard that you might be able to use the American door lock clips plastic hardware, they are suppose to look alike, but ford wont tell you that. The kit is at AutoBodyToolmart .com Part # 9914 for about $26.99 , that's what I heard. Good Luck !!!
Bubba, Under the front of the seat is a latch that you must release there is a rubber block that must be rotated forward to be able to release the two little knobs that it is wedged between Rotate the knobs inward and lift the front of the seat. the seat will flip toward the rear of the chair and you now have access to the batteries. to remove the seat disconnect the joystick cable from the base and slide the seat forward after you have it tilte back and lift it off the base. Hope this helps you
I would remove the seat, usually held down by four bolts and flip upside down and see if there is any noticeable issue on the track like something in the middle of it that would be preventing the full retraction of it.. There can also be a chance that the switch has gone bad from wear
pop trims from ends of control panel
remove screws from bottom of control panel under trims
slide control panel forward and up from the bottom, and flip over backwards on its hinges
undo brass clips under control panel, NOTE* how the clips are installed
unplug lid switch cable
lift cabinet slide forward and remove cabinet
turn cabinet upside down
lid switch is accessible