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removing passenger seat #451073 Mar 7, 7:29pm Mar 7, 7:29pm
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removing passenger seat
So a buddy and i are planing a road trip from Florida to California and neither of us are small, we're both over 6'3. we were thinking that it would be more comfortable to remove the passenger seat and sit in the rear seats for more leg room for such a long trip. so my question is can we do this without any airbag lights going off. I have an 05 gt

thanks

Re: removing passenger seat [Re: MrEdd] #451074 Mar 7, 7:35pm Mar 7, 7:35pm
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How long are your arms? lol

You'll have the airbag and and your seat belt warning lights on. thats about it for warning lights.

for the rest -- try it. tell us what happens. crazy

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