Installation Guide: BuiltRight Industries Ford F-Series Truck Rear Seat Release

Quickly and easily access the hidden storage behind the rear seat of your F-150 Supercrew! This video shows the installation of the BuiltRight Industries Rear Seat Release (link below) from start to finish with a handful of tips and tricks.

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5 comments


  • David Lunde

    I found the YouTube instructions very helpful. The bracket went on easily. The only problem I had was the seat back wouldn’t lock back into place no matter how hard I slammed it. I know this is a Ford problem, not a Builtright problem. The plastic part in the receiver had to be shaved down with a utility knife to allow the lock to completely engage. I still have to slam it, but at least it locks back into place. Nice job, guys. Definitely worth the money. Good luck going forward.


  • Bruce M

    I am very pleased with the BUILTRIGHT rear seat release because of the benefit it provides. The installation instructions were easy to follow and the tech support was very good too. This is a quality product and a good value for the money.


  • Bruce M

    I am very pleased with the BUILTRIGHT rear seat release because of the benefit it provides. Before installing, I would recommend watching the install guide and reading the instructions beforehand. Quality product and a good value for the money.


  • Adam

    Great product! Installed on my ‘17 F-150 Platinum Crew Cab, solves the seat back folding issue. Easy installation with a great installation video for guidance and tips. Smart, simple and fairly priced. Thank you!


  • DEAN R COLTRI

    just installed 2 of these brackets for my backseats on my 2013 Raptor instructions and install was perfect backrest is so easy to open now congrats on a great product


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