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Old 05-20-2013, 02:08 PM   #1
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Rear Seat, 2010 Focus Coupe

Hey guys, quick question. How do you remove the lower back seat on a 2010 focus coupe? once i figure it out ill make a guide for that and replacing the rear speakers


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the cushion or seat back? you should be able to get those out without having to remove the rear seats, seat cushion yes seat backs no they pull towards to you if your facing the window. They don't slide or anything like that you'll wind up breaking clips if you do that.
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Old 05-20-2013, 10:51 PM   #3
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there are two little levers to release I believe. One on each side. near the middle of the two outer seats.
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the cushion or seat back? you should be able to get those out without having to remove the rear seats, seat cushion yes seat backs no they pull towards to you if your facing the window. They don't slide or anything like that you'll wind up breaking clips if you do that.
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there are two little levers to release I believe. One on each side. near the middle of the two outer seats.
Thanks for your help, fellas. Found the levers right after I posted that and got the speakers swapped out and ran 3 runs of 1/0 power cable in the little cavity on the driver side of the rear seat.
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