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Removing rear seats
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Hi, Good to find this forum, have just picked up a 2010 Berlingo Multispace for moving the dogs around, it is the XTR model.

And so to my first question, How the hell do you remove the rear seats? I assume they can be removed? at least in the current brochure they show a photo with 1 seat removed, but I´m buggered i I can work out how to get them out.

Thanks for any pointers
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(05-10-2013, 01:15 PM)Sparks1061 Wrote:  Hi, Good to find this forum, have just picked up a 2010 Berlingo Multispace for moving the dogs around, it is the XTR model.

And so to my first question, How the hell do you remove the rear seats? I assume they can be removed? at least in the current brochure they show a photo with 1 seat removed, but I´m buggered i I can work out how to get them out.

Thanks for any pointers

Hi Sparks

Welcome to the forum.

If you haven't got an owners handbook you can download one here:

http://www.ukandeuropetravel.com/images/...ndbook.pdf

Basically, you fold them flat, then reach behind them and lift them forward using the release bar and lift them out vertically. (Probably better explained in the handbook.)

Hope this helps.

Mark
2013 XTR 1.6 HDi 90

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(05-10-2013, 01:57 PM)MarkT Wrote:  
(05-10-2013, 01:15 PM)Sparks1061 Wrote:  Hi, Good to find this forum, have just picked up a 2010 Berlingo Multispace for moving the dogs around, it is the XTR model.

And so to my first question, How the hell do you remove the rear seats? I assume they can be removed? at least in the current brochure they show a photo with 1 seat removed, but I´m buggered i I can work out how to get them out.

Thanks for any pointers

Hi Sparks

Welcome to the forum.

If you haven't got an owners handbook you can download one here:

http://www.ukandeuropetravel.com/images/...ndbook.pdf

Basically, you fold them flat, then reach behind them and lift them forward using the release bar and lift them out vertically. (Probably better explained in the handbook.)

Hope this helps.

Mark

Thanks for that, I will give it a try tomorrow, would never have worked it out on my own Smile
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