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Nope no key. Not sure how mechanical you are but the
inner panel has to be removed to get at the mechanism.
First though.... Try pushing in (forward) on the door at the same time you pull/hit the release lever. Give it a quick hard shove in. Some times that'll do it.
Best to you
Posted on Dec 27, 2018
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I drive a 2008 Suburban LT and my company has a true work "fleet" suburban. The only difference between these two that I have is the back of the fleet vehicle has a thick rubber mat in the back with no seats. After removing the black mat I found that the channels and rods that the rear seats clip into are present. The third row seats are installed by clipping them in no bolts or tools are required.
Posted on Aug 07, 2009
SOURCE: I need to remove the
There is a latch that gets tripped when the seat cushion slides in, and then the back folds down easily...but for some reason, a piece has broken off or worn down too much such that the latch is not contacted anymore. The problem won't necessarily go away without service at the dealership, but the temporary solution to get the seat back to go down is to open the trunk compartment (where the jack is) and lift that whole cover off (by removing the strap connectors). Then you have to reach under where the sides of the seat cushion travel along the track, and notice the little latch mechanism. Pull it towards you with your finger, while pushing the seat back down with the other hand, and you will be successful. It's very easy, just did it last night actually. Once you look around down there you'll see the latch mechanism that you need to pull, and it will all make sense.
Posted on Mar 13, 2011
I just fixed my dad's 04 suburban with the back seat's #1 lever not budging. It's a surprisingly simple fix: take a 5 inch flat head screw driver and as you look into the slot where the #1 handle goes, you will see a wheel mechanism that it is connected too. to the left of that wheel, you will see a hammer mechanism with a cord attached to it. all you have to do is carefully push the lever with the screw driver while gently lifting up on the handle.
Hope this helps!
Posted on May 21, 2011
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