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Old 09-14-2007, 01:28 PM   #1
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how do i remove the front seats?

i want to take out my front seats and i don't know how too. i don't have side air bags so i don't have to worry about that but i don't which bolts to remove. someone please help.


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Four bolts hold you to the floor....I believe you need a t25 bit to remove them...... (it's a big star shaped one lol) once your unbolt simply unplug the big seatbelt detector sensor and your done.

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oh ok so im i going to have to take apart the whole seat including the bracket thing it sits on?

i have never taken the front off just the back seats.
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Nope....the seat will stay together.....just unbolt the two bolts in the front on the floor board....and the two bolts in the back on the floor board....and the seat will come right out.
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There may be a plastic cover over the front left bolt (Driver) and front right (passenger) that simply pulls off to expose the bolt....but very straight forward and easy to do.
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ok i will take a look at it soon thanks.
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Old 09-25-2016, 11:35 PM   #7
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I need this. Thanks! for this info.
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Undo the harness and it's 4 T50 bolts. An extension will be useful if you have one.

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Undo the harness and it's 4 T50 bolts. An extension will be useful if you have one.

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Sounds good, will do! I appreciate this info.
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