does anyone know how to get the front seat to go forward to get people to sit in the back seat

Asked by Sep 18, 2013 at 09:20 PM about the Volkswagen Beetle

Question type: General

I canot get the front seats to go forward on my 2005 beetle to let people in the backseat can you help thanks

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On the side of the seat up near the headrest is a handle that looks like a loop the seat belt should be going through. Push the handle firmly towards the headrest (this requires some force in my VW). The back of front seat will tilt forward and the seat itself will slide forward. Plenty of room. When the passenger has entered push the back of the front seat backward and it will return to its previous setting.

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THANK YOU!!! This is so funny!

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It works! Thanks MKD20mry.

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What is this part on a car called?

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Thank you my friend has been trapped for several days now,

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