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Old 05-05-2012, 08:53 AM   #1
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back seat bottom section...removal..how to???

Hi gang! got a set of lime and black seat covers...but really need to get lower (part you sit on) section out to lock it down nice and neat. Ideas...with out killing the darn thing..?
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Hi gang! got a set of lime and black seat covers...but really need to get lower (part you sit on) section out to lock it down nice and neat. Ideas...with out killing the darn thing..?
Not sure about the newer ones, but on the 05-09's there should be 2 tabs on the bottom, and if you slide them over to the left the seat should come out. You might have to unlatch from the top, and slightly pull up and out. It has to brackets that it attaches to.
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hmmm...lovely. anyone with a 2010 and up...confirm 99ford or other ideas...? really want to get the back ones in..but need them in tight to look good. any help...?
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...the seat bottom...or from the front or rear...?
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...the seat bottom...or from the front or rear...?
Once they are unlatched push forward and lift up from the front bottom of the seat. Just play around with it you'll figure it out. It took me a minute, or two looking in the repair manual. It does come out eventually, I promise.
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