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    3rd row seat adjustment - won't go all the way down

    Can someone please point me to info about how to adjust the up and down limit stops on the 3rd row seat. Mine won't go flush. I searched the forum and I didn't see an existing thread so I am sorry if this is a duplicate.

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    Re: 3rd row seat adjustment - won't go all the way down

    Per the SM, the seat can be calibrated with a tech II scan tool (dealer). Doesn't say if that covers what you want.
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    Re: 3rd row seat adjustment - won't go all the way down

    Quote Originally Posted by glake89 View Post
    Per the SM, the seat can be calibrated with a tech II scan tool (dealer). Doesn't say if that covers what you want.
    Thanks. Answers my question but it is certainly not what I wanted to hear. I was hoping I could adjust the thing myself. It is kind of odd to me that the error has changed. At first the mismatch was an inch. Then it was suddenly 4 inches. I think I'll just take the damned thing out. I have no use for a third row seat anyway.

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    Re: 3rd row seat adjustment - won't go all the way down

    Assuming that nothing is jamming the works (don't laugh, it's happened), you might want to try reinitializing the FFS module by pulling the fuse(s). They're located under the carpet on the driver's side, just forward of the second row seat:



    I haven't done this, but it can work for some CD changer errors. Proceed at your own risk, but beats pulling the whole thing out.

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    Re: 3rd row seat adjustment - won't go all the way down

    If removing the fuse would work, so would disconnecting the battery for a few minutes, and a lot easier.
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    Re: 3rd row seat adjustment - won't go all the way down

    Quote Originally Posted by glake89 View Post
    If removing the fuse would work, so would disconnecting the battery for a few minutes, and a lot easier.
    What evs. I think fuses are easier. But what do I know.

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