Rear seat release is jammed on the passenger side. Cannot get it to release. Is there another way to release it?

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Asked by Feb 07, 2011 at 09:56 PM about the 2004 Chrysler PT Cruiser GT

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

It used to have a release as on the ohter side, but it seems to be missing. I have had the seats up and down many times hauling band equipment, but now it isn't usable. Any help appreciated.

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you may just have to replace the seat,once they lock its done.

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Thanks...I think...lol. There has to be a way to get it released so I can remove it for replacement though. I wonder how the replar facilities do that?

all you have to do is remove the 4 bolts on floorboard and pull it out,takes about 5 min.

The four bolts you talk about are under the seat, which will not release

take it to the dealer. He fixed mine No Charge

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Thanks seawing2 My dealer was one lost to the Obama shuffle/refinance/salvation of the car industry. I hear they have appealed the closure and have been told to re-instate the dealership, but so far it has not re-opened. Until it does I'll have to see if they will do it for me. I used to sell Chrysler, Jeep and Dodges from that location, so we will see if anyone there are from the past. Thanks again, and I love my GT PT 2004 model, and still get 20 town and 23-25 highway even when I push the throttle a bit harder then needed...Ha! Bluesman

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