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Old 27-12-16
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Default NS Jammed 3rd row seat cam.

FIXED!

Does anyone know how to open the drivers side cam/hinge on the third row seats? Ive soaked it in wd40 which helped a little but not enough.

Passenger side cam is fine and releases. The seats fold fine also.

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Ok so after lots examening i found the problem. There is a metal pin on each cam assembly that seats the cam. The drivers side cam had slipped of the pin preventing its release. I was able to re-seat it by removing the passenger side and pushing the whole seat towards the drivers side and lifting. This did the job! It then all came out with no effort the way it is meant too.

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Old 09-08-18
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Seigfried:
Thank you for that - I will check tomorrow in daylight. Eventually I did get it to move, but only after heaving on a crowbar, so I may have even bent something (hope not)...

For what it is worth, the seat assembly seemed as if the hinges were stuck both sides, so maybe I have to check both sides???
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Old 09-08-18
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Im not sure why they Jam. My NS does it sometimes. But the NW does not, i even measured the seats and brackets and there the same.

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Hi all; is this is the issue iím having, but after trying this solution and not getting anywhere, Iím concerned that getting any more forceful with it is likely to bend / break something and turn this into even more of an issue down the line.

Am I correct that if the next step is to unbolt the entire assembly from the floor? And if so, does anyone know if that requires removing the interior trim, or if itís simply a matter of removing the two bolts I can see when I open the access hatch?
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If it's anything like the swb split seats, just a matter of removing the plastic covers at the seat base and unbolting and lifting them out. Unsure of the lwb but the swb are reasonably heavy. In the swb there is no trim that needs removing
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