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Both side latches, but mainly on the passenger side. I put a very small hose attachment on the red spray extension ( I use lawn mower fuel line for the extension; it's cheap and allows directing the spray in hard to reach spaces.) Pull the upper corner seat away from the sides, snaking hose, trying to get it to make a right angle turn, or snake the hose down from the top, to access the latches. Soak them. Turning the key of course will open the driver's side first, then turning the key a bit more will open the passenger side. DO NOT pull on the seat back until BOTH are open. In fact, slightly push back on the the seat until both open. Verts are trickier than sedans. If they are stuck, or reluctant, be patient. Easy to break key if frustrated.
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