If the battery is dead in your Aston Martin DB9 – how to you move the right hand seat forward to access the battery that is UNDER the right rear seat squab? If you’ve ever been in a DB9, the rear seat area is – ummm – very small. Getting to that area is close to impossible unless you can tip the seatback forward.
A few readers have recently commented on this conundrum after they pushed the ‘Battery Disconnect’ button in the trunk/boot and then realized that disables the power to the seats. Of course Aston didn’t put the ‘Battery REconnect’ button in the trunk/boot, they put that under the right rear seat squab – a small yellow button peering out through an access hole. While this is inconvenient, at least there is a simple manual way to get the seatback to move out of the way. Let me show you how. Continue reading “Aston Martin DB9 Seatback Quick Release”