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Old 08-05-2005, 01:08 PM   #1
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Rear seat removal

i plan on removing my rear seat sometime in the future and i knew some of you guys have done it already. so i was wondering if their is a how to link or can someone give me a little briefing on how to remove it, thanks.

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Old 08-05-2005, 01:40 PM   #2
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Re: Rear seat removal

should be just a bunch of nuts and bolts.

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Re: Rear seat removal

What year is it?

The bottom part of my rear seat removes from a button under the seat.
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Re: Rear seat removal

If you have a convertible I really dunno. But on a coupe, the back part of the seat that folds down in 2 pieces. Each piece is connected on the bottom with two little pins. When I took mine out I had to pry one side of the seat loose with a big flathead screwdriver. I'm sure there's another way to do this...but I never found it. The bottom is connected with some bolt or a pin or something. I really don't remember. It's not that difficult, took me about 5 minutes to take my rear seat out.
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Re: Rear seat removal

its easy, pop the bottom part out by using a phillips screw driver and running it under the bottom edge. You will feel a place about 12 inches in from each side. There is a button in the front of this bump you will hit, Push in on the front and pull up on the seat, then repeat for the other side. After this the bottom part comes right out.

for the top you need to drop the back seats down, remove the 3 bolts holding the head rest in place, then you will find two bolts, one on each side, holding the top part of the back seat in, then two more on the bottom corners. After these are removed lift up and pull put and the rear seat is done.

For a convertable probably similar... but never done it.
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