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Old 12-16-2007, 04:40 PM   #1
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How do I put my back seats forward?

I searched 6 or 7 pages of threads before I finally gave up. I can't find this anywhere in the forums.

I have a 2007 Chevy Cobalt LS and I've lost my owner's manual... so I have no idea how to put my back seats forward to get into the trunk from inside the car. My newspapers have accidentally pushed my seats forward before, so I know that it's possible to do. I just can't find the lever or whatever it is to get it to happen again.

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open the trunk, there are two levers that you pull, then go inside the car and pull the seats down.
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theres levers in the trunk to release them...then go inside the car and pull at the top...and the guy ahead of me just beat me...so never mind i guess
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the lever is in the trunk, at least for the SS/SC it is
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In my car its in the trunk on top in the center, not sure about the LS, might be there too
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look in the trunk..... under the rear trunk lid part, their will be 2 t-handles, you pull for either side.....
let me know if u have more problems, sorry i cant explain it any better than that......
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3 posts with the correct answer all at the same time. If you didn't get the answer the first three times, there are two levers inside your trunk right at the top of the trunk opening that you pull.
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Open your trunk, there should be two little plastic pieces that you can pull that are attached to some string that will pop them forward enough so that you can either push them forward through your trunk, or get inside your vehicle and pull on the back of the seats.

Edit: that should work at least the first 5 times... if not, see above! Haha.
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I've actually been INSIDE the trunk looking for said levers. I still couldn't find them. I'll look again, thanks guys for the quick responses.
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follow the black rubber around the opening, and at the top thery're right there
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Aha! Found it! I had no idea it would be so far back. It's really far back, close to the entrance of the trunk rather than anywhere near the seats. That's probably why I couldn't find it earlier. Thanks guys.
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Yeah... kinda doesnt make sense to me that there is no interior way to do it, considering you need to go inside to easily push the seats down.
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3 posts with the correct answer all at the same time. If you didn't get the answer the first three times, there are two levers inside your trunk right at the top of the trunk opening that you pull.
lol... my goodness.
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1. Hit yourself in the head for not thinking.

2. Open the glove box.

3. Pull out the owners manual.

4. Read the manual and you will be enlightened. OOO! Oh...

5. Hit yourself in the head for not thinking.
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1. Hit yourself in the head for not thinking.

2. Open the glove box.

3. Pull out the owners manual.

4. Read the manual and you will be enlightened. OOO! Oh...

5. Hit yourself in the head for not thinking.
wow your cool, he said he lost his owner's manual. go hit yourelf in the head now
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Old 12-18-2007, 01:27 AM   #16
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1. Hit yourself in the head for not thinking.

2. Open the glove box.

3. Pull out the owners manual.

4. Read the manual and you will be enlightened. OOO! Oh...

5. Hit yourself in the head for not thinking.

1. Hit yourself in the head for not reading.

2. Read the post before replying.

3. Pull your head out of your ass.

4. kthxbyewtfbbq

5. Hit yourself in the head for not reading.

-Aleckor
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1. Hit yourself in the head for not reading.

2. Read the post before replying.

3. Pull your head out of your ass.

4. kthxbyewtfbbq

5. Hit yourself in the head for not reading.

-Aleckor
this thread turned into way too many steps for just pulling a lever.... lol
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1. Hit yourself in the head for not reading.

2. Read the post before replying.

3. Pull your head out of your ass.

4. kthxbyewtfbbq

5. Hit yourself in the head for not reading.

-Aleckor
bravo!!! i lol'd
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