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Back Seat #48539 Sep 26, 4:08pm Sep 26, 4:08pm
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Back Seat
Does anyone know how to remove the back seat pad(bottom part of back seat) i can not remove the back of the back seat due to my amps and power cel being on it..its loose and up but it seems to be connected in the middle under the seat back..any suggestions? i want to get it out fast..my cat was sick so i took her to the vet and she peed in the back seat frown


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Re: Back Seat [Re: LiLTiggerGa] #48540 Sep 26, 5:10pm Sep 26, 5:10pm
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thats why i dont like pets. the person that had my celi before me had a dog and drove it around in the back seat and now there is hair embeded in the seat and it pisses me off!! sorry. sucks about your seat. thumbsdown


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Re: Back Seat [Re: LiLTiggerGa] #48541 Sep 26, 6:11pm Sep 26, 6:11pm
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All you have to do to remove the bottom part is pull up on it.

The best way that I can describe how the bottom is fastened in is by saying that it is being held down by two metal hooks that snap into the car. Each hook is located toward the front of the cushion on each side where a person would sit. I would recommend pulling up on one side at a time.

It takes a lot of force to pull the hooks out of their fasteners, so don't worry about breaking something when you are pulling up on the cushion. It's normal to have to pull on them very hard to get them to come loose.

I'm not 100% sure, but if I think that the bottom portion of the rear seat will not come out with out unbolting the center hinge for the back portion. fold down the rear seats and lift the carpet backing up a little to examine the hinge. If I remember correctly, there is a foam coated wire "loop" that is built into the bottom portion of the rear seats, and the hinge for the seat backs goes through the center of the loop.

Man, that all sounded like it could have been pretty confusing. frown

If you get stuck/confused/or just need some extra help, let me know. wink

Re: Back Seat [Re: chameleon] #48542 Sep 27, 8:37am Sep 27, 8:37am
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thanks that loop is exactly what is in my way


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