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Hi just a quick question,went to purchase a Rug and it was to big to fit in boot so tried to fold down rear seats ,looked in handbook then went into boot to unlock but my car doesn't seem to have them ,we're they an option as the diagram in handbook showed the catches should be under parcel shelf but nothing was there?

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Hi Robert

I have the estate and they are just at the top seat just behind, although the seat themselves do not lift up and forward as I had with previous estates But there were to Jags If you have the saloon I am not sure if they fold down at all, you might have to remove the rear seats.

I hope this may help in a little way

Andrew

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Hi Robert,

 

I had an x type 2.5AWD and found that folding rear seats were an option as mine didn't have them either. The x type has the largest boot of the  then Jaguar range and is quite bigger than the s type, surprisingly.

 

You can check the complete specification of your car by googling VinDecoderz which is a rather good site.

 

Regards,

 

Peter.

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  • 6 years later...

I know that my back seat folds down because I have done it before but I can't remember how to do it. I can see what look like two releases, one on each side at the top of the seat but they doesn't actually release the seat. So I can't figure out how to actually push the seats down, even by a little. I've looked at the manual and it doesn't make it any clearer. Any help on this would be really appreciated because it's not intuitive.

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Welcome to the club, Lynne.

I think that the two releases at the top of the seatsshould let the seats go down after the two releases inside the boot at either side have been pulled out.  I did have an x type 10 years ago and they were similar to my s type.

Let me know if it works.

Regards,

Peter.

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