Question about 2003 Hyundai Santa Fe
The rear seats have a pull strap located between the bottom cushion and the backrest of the rear seats used to disengage a lock to lift up the bottom cushion. The pull straps will only stick out an inch or so, or they might have fallen down between the seats and then you wont see them. Before you can lower the backrest of the rear seats, the bottom cushions have to be lifted up and forward out of the way so that the backrest may lie down flat. If your pull straps are not visible between the bottom cushion and the backrest, you may have to stick your hand between the cushions and feel for the straps. Once you find the straps, pull upward on the while lifting on the bottom cushion where the pull strap is located and the seat should tilt forward. Once you have manged to do this, the lever for the backrest is located on the top of the backrest. Just slide the lever and tilt the backrest to the desired position.
Posted on May 14, 2009
Flip the bottom part of the seat up to lay against the back of the front seat. Then lay down the top half by sliding the latch/knob (near the headrest) to the side, HOLD it, while laying it down. IF you let go it will stop in that position.
Posted on Apr 14, 2009
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