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No. THe latch points for the removeable third row seating has to be factory installed and anchored during manufacturing. The third row seat latches in similar to the same latches the doors used to close. To maintain the safety durign a crash those anchors have to be attached to body frame during assembly. There are aftermarket foam seats that are rear facing and simply sit on the floor of the cargo area but they are not safe for use while vehicle in motion and are aftermarket items. They are typically used to sit on while the car is parked and the lift gate is open, such as backing up and watching a sporting event. They are not suitable for long term use or while vehicle is in motion.
most often the latch is located on the hinge where the back rest meets the seat on both sides of the
seat it may be a metel tab painted the same color
as the hinge. i have seen buttons on the upper side of the backrest or by the headrest.
hope this helps good luck
I solved the problem by spraying WD40 into the front side of the seat support that was sticking. This support has a rubber closure to protect the mechanics of the seat. After spraying a generous amount of WD40, I waited about 5 minutes and tried the lever to fold the seat. It worked and still does.
I have had this problem, and I am having it again. The problem is if a little trash gets under the bar in the floor, it will keep the mechanism from locking completely. I had tried everything. The only solution so far is the rock back and forth. Real pain. I am trying to find a secret release.
i have a 2001 chevy tahoe, i don't know if it's the same but there is a cable that is attached to the bottom portion and sometimes comes loose. check for that, it looks like a brake cable for a bike. let me know if this helps.