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Clips To Hold Rear Seat Backs In Place

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hi,can anyone please help me ,i am looking to buy some of those black clips which hold the rear seat backs in place for my s max [when the extra seats are in use what is the boot floor folds back],anyway i have looked everywhere without any luck ,

can anyone guide me .

thanks

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I believe this is the correct seat diagram, if so can you indicate which parts you are after?

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I believe this is the correct seat diagram, if so can you indicate which parts you are after?

seat1.jpg

great ,60715

thanks

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You buy them from a ford dealer.

anywhere else just in case a ford dealer is miles away ?

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A dealer is most likely the only place but if you can pin down the right bits then it makes dealing with the parts counter much easier.

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anywhere else just in case a ford dealer is miles away ?

hi,yes i know which part ,but i don't know the name of the part number ,and i would look a right berk [we all know what parts shops are like if yr a no-body].

thanks

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If the part is on the picture point it out to me and i'll tell you the part (finis) number to take to Ford.

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If the part is on the picture point it out to me and i'll tell you the part (finis) number to take to Ford.

i think its not there after all ,its the plactic clips/plugs which hold the boot floor which doubles [folds back]as seat backs when the 3rd row seats are being used ...i am trying to explain this ,someone with a s max will know .

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Hi Smiler

I think they have discontinued the clip system and have now replaced them with the magnet one :-(

I replaced all of mine on my Galaxy Mk3 when I needed a replacement clip

Alternatively, you might have to find a breaker

Thanks

Ian

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Hi Smiler

I think they have discontinued the clip system and have now replaced them with the magnet one :-(

I replaced all of mine on my Galaxy Mk3 when I needed a replacement clip

Alternatively, you might have to find a breaker

Thanks

Ian

thanks ian ,

did you get a part number ?

regards

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The magnets are a MUCH better solution than the plastic lugs.

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