Cadillac Escalade: Tumbling the Third Row Seat - Third Row Seats - Rear Seats - Seats and Restraints - Cadillac Escalade Owner's ManualCadillac Escalade: Tumbling the Third Row Seat

To tumble the seat:

1. Open the liftgate to access the controls for the seat.

2. Make sure the headrests are completely lowered and there is nothing under, in front of, or on the seat.

3. Fold the seatbacks forward using lever “1” and the instructions listed previously under “Folding the Seatback.” The seat cannot be unlatched from the floor unless the seatback is folded.

4. Unlatch the seat from the floor by lifting lever “2” next to the carrying

4. Unlatch the seat from the floor by lifting lever “2” next to the carrying handle on the rear of the seat, near the bottom.

5. Lift the rear of the seat up from the floor.

6. Tilt the seat fully forward to lock it into place.

7. Push and pull on the seat to make sure it is locked.

Put the seat in this position only when necessary for additional cargo space.

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