nissan grand livina-how to fold the middle seats

Asked by Jul 24, 2013 at 03:25 AM about the Nissan Quest

Question type: Car Customization

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Folding the Second Row Seats Lift the recliner lever up to fold the back of the seat forward onto the base of the seat. Press down on the small knob on the back of the seat to release the seat base. Push the entire seat forward to fold it into its stowed position on the floor............ Folding the Third Row Bucket Seat.......... Disconnect the center seat belt and tongue and secure them into the retractor base. Pull the strap on the back of the seat to allow the three head restraints to fold forward. Pull further back on the pull strap to release the back of the seat. Rotate the back of the seat towards the back of the vehicle. Pull up on the lever found on the back of the base of the seat. This will allow the base of the seat to fold onto the back of the seat and towards the back of the vehicle.

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