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Old 05-25-2010, 09:55 PM
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what is need to remove the rear seats

i dont have the rear seats and i want to have at least passenger one and im going to the junk yard tomorrow to see if they have them and i want to know what is needed to remove them
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Re: what is need to remove the rear seats

two hands, a 10mm socket, a BRAIN!!!! (most importantly!!! )


and if you wanna take the rear center console too, a phillips and flat-head screwdriver.


on the lower part of the seat, there will be two black clips on each side of them on the front of the seat. push the seat down above these clips, then squeeze both sides of the clips together and they'll pop out. its self-explanatory after the bottoms are out.
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Re: what is need to remove the rear seats

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