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Old 05-16-2012, 06:42 PM   #1
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How do you let the back seats down?
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Look on the edge of the seat close to the quarter windows and there should be a small loop to grab. Pull it. And the seat comes down
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My straps are stuck inside my seats. Be careful not to let that happen or they will never fold again!!
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My straps are stuck inside my seats. Be careful not to let that happen or they will never fold again!!
Stick something with a hook down in there to get it out.
And pull forward or up-forward HARD to release the seat.
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Re: Seats

poor design from ford...already had mine fall in...retrieved them and ran behind the seat and looped around where I can get them
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Stick something with a hook down in there to get it out.
And pull forward or up-forward HARD to release the seat.
Also one strap is just hanging in the trunk. The hook worked but idk what to do about the other side
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Also one strap is just hanging in the trunk. The hook worked but idk what to do about the other side
Can you feed it through the side, between the seats or over the top from the trunk? Over the top might require two people.
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Can you feed it through the side, between the seats or over the top from the trunk? Over the top might require two people.
It's between the seat and the metal price where the latch is. I can feel it on the latch and when pulled it does nothing. A true mystery to me. And I can feel it of I shove my hand through the seats.
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It's between the seat and the metal price where the latch is. I can feel it on the latch and when pulled it does nothing. A true mystery to me. And I can feel it of I shove my hand through the seats.
Your going to have get some paitence and really fish it out. You think that's bad, try spending 2 days on a project that should only take 2 hours to complete, and stripping 2 screws. One screw had the head fall off.
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Patience I have. Money for another seat if it snags on the inside I don't lol
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Your going to have get some paitence and really fish it out. You think that's bad, try spending 2 days on a project that should only take 2 hours to complete, and stripping 2 screws. One screw had the head fall off.
Dang what was going on there?
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Dang what was going on there?
The throttle pedal position sensor, what a mess. I got some liquid wrench at home depot put tarps over everything, and sprayed like a half can of that shiz, and it worked. So patience pays off and it felt really good when I finished.

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Patience I have. Money for another seat if it snags on the inside I don't lol
You know since it's under warranty take to Ford, and say something like my backseat is having an issue. In other words, your going to make something up. They should've used a high strength material on that so I'd think you'd be fine. But then again, they should've done a lot things better.
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The throttle pedal position sensor, what a mess. I got some liquid wrench at home depot put tarps over everything, and sprayed like a half can of that shiz, and it worked. So patience pays off and it felt really good when I finished.

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You know since it's under warranty take to Ford, and say something like my backseat is having an issue. In other words, your going to make something up. They should've used a high strength material on that so I'd think you'd be fine. But then again, they should've done a lot things better.
What did the throttle pedal position sensor work involve? And is it more responsive now or something?
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What did the throttle pedal position sensor work involve? And is it more responsive now or something?
It's a long story, but it's the link between the throttle, and the computer. It just failed, and Ford updated the design. It has helped with the responsiveness and the car doesn't give out.
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