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06-20-2014 07:59 AM
shengsri
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Originally Posted by MetalMuffins View Post
Your car is ridiculous... (in a good way)

Haha, thank you. :D
06-20-2014 07:47 AM
MetalMuffins Your car is ridiculous... (in a good way)
06-20-2014 07:31 AM
shengsri Hey, i finally had the time to take the rear seats out today. It was fairly easy. Took out 3 screws and 2 locks. Then the whole thing just popped out!! Thank you for the advice. :D

06-10-2014 04:17 PM
shengsri
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Originally Posted by MetalMuffins View Post
All you'll need is a long flathead screwdriver to push the clips holding the seat backs and the T40 torx for the bottoms

I've got the tools, i'll give it a go on the weekends. Thank You for the help.
06-10-2014 03:17 PM
MetalMuffins All you'll need is a long flathead screwdriver to push the clips holding the seat backs and the T40 torx for the bottoms
06-10-2014 03:08 PM
shengsri
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There's not enough to really warrant a tutorial. The seat bottoms are held in by several T40 Torx bolts, unbolt them and the bottoms pop right out.

The seat backs are held in place by some locking brackets on the outer sides. It's difficult to explain how to open the locking brackets, but if you look at it it should be fairly obvious. A tab needs to be pressed to unlock it and it pulls right out. At that point the brackets are held in place by additional Torx bolts, should you wish to remove those as well.

Well i want to take out the whole rear seats out for an event. Some people have had some professionals removed them, but they charge way too much. So i was thinking of removing it myself. I haven't done this before. But it should be obvious, right??? I was worried that when i begin to take some of the seats out and then finding myself stuck at some point and not being able to take everything out and have to put everything back the way it was. If you say it's not that hard, i'll try doing it myself.

Thank You. :D
06-10-2014 02:35 PM
Joeywhat There's not enough to really warrant a tutorial. The seat bottoms are held in by several T40 Torx bolts, unbolt them and the bottoms pop right out.

The seat backs are held in place by some locking brackets on the outer sides. It's difficult to explain how to open the locking brackets, but if you look at it it should be fairly obvious. A tab needs to be pressed to unlock it and it pulls right out. At that point the brackets are held in place by additional Torx bolts, should you wish to remove those as well.
06-10-2014 02:24 PM
shengsri can you do a tutorial on taking the whole thing out???
12-16-2013 10:48 PM
MetalMuffins
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I didn't need to remove any trim to do mine.
OK, I guess I was mistaken. It was a while ago that I did this, and I pulled the trim out of the entire hatch... OCD Much
12-16-2013 09:19 PM
Joeywhat I didn't need to remove any trim to do mine.
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