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The back seat of the Impala can only be folded down if your vehicle is the particular fold-down version, otherwise, it'll have to be removed entirely to gain access to the massive available space.
To remove the seat, follow these steps:
• Push down on the bottom cushion of the back seat.
• Pull-on the T handles which are under the front edge of the seat, to release the bottom cushion
• Remove the cushion
• Unwind the nuts and bolts on the bottom part of the back seat. Then lift it, and it would be released from its position.
• Now, remove the seat from the back and you can access the trunk.

Seat Cars &... | Answered on May 19, 2020
This problem is a low freon charge in the system. ... But a system that is 1/2 pound low will cause the passenger side vents to blow cool or cold air, and the drivers side to be less cool or even warm on this car. There is simply not enough freon capacity in the system to cool the air to the drivers side.

Seat Cars &... | Answered on May 16, 2020

MX5050 ???

Wiring diagram for MX5050 is in operators manual and can be downloaded from

The seat switch is a single pole that feeds power from the ignition switch to the hour meter and the automatic brake unit.

Electronic logic within the brake unit controls safety operations of the mower. When either control arm is moved inward the brake actuator releases the brakes. Any obstructions in the actuator or brake linkage may prevent brake actuator movement which will cause a brake fault.

Check for tree branch or other obstuction in brake actuator and linkage.

See operators manual for testing mower safety features.

Seat Cars &... | Answered on May 12, 2020

You don't have obdII. That started in 1996. Your obd port is probably under the hood. Total loss of power sounds like a loose or bad cable. Recheck your cables. Make sure they're tight on the battery terminals. Check the other ends of the cables as well. The negative attaches somewhere on you frame. The positive most likely splits in a couple directions. Losing all power has something to do with your cables.

Seat Cars &... | Answered on May 10, 2020

we wouldnt know because you failed to say what car that is???? if all else fails read the owners manual and if you dont have it go search for one

Seat Cars &... | Answered on Apr 24, 2020

Check fuses first. Then check switch operation and then wiring harness to recline motor. If recline motor is bad, remove the seat to access

Seat Cars &... | Answered on Apr 14, 2020

Seat Leon >> Lights. - Turn the light switch to position 0. in the light switch lights up.
- Turn the ignition switch in the key-operated switch in the glove box to the position ON fig. 25. The driver is responsible for the proper position of the key-operated switch. You should deactivate the front passenger airbag only if you have to use a rear-facing child seat in exceptional cases.

Seat Cars &... | Answered on Apr 09, 2020

Its probably all electric.Call the dealer w the VIN # & they'll give u the answer

Seat Cars &... | Answered on Mar 20, 2020

That's often a problem with the driver's seat switch or the driver's door module. See this post on how to diagnose heated seat issues.

Seat Cars &... | Answered on Feb 20, 2020

Seat Cars &... | Answered on Feb 20, 2020

No, there is no manual way with an electric seat.

It may have come off the end of the adjusting screw. Try this. Have someone in the rear of the car pull the seat backwards from as low down as possible, whilst operating the motor.

Seat Cars &... | Answered on Feb 12, 2020

The buckle switch has failed and needs to be replaced. The part is dealer only. The item is an occupant safety device and should be replaced by a certified mechanic.

Seat Cars &... | Answered on Jan 31, 2020

Check the switch with a test meter. Fuse 42 under the hood will turn it off

Seat Cars &... | Answered on Jan 31, 2020

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