Then a good sharp yank up should release them, but they don't come out. Fitting Cover on Seat Bench F 36 65 006 Lift out seat bench 1 from holders in direction of arrows and remove from vehicle. Remove these and directly below you will see a mounting nut on the front of each seat rail. I pressed the gear on with a rubber mallet and a solid piece of wood. It will look like this.
Lift the seatback straight up at center with a rotating twist into the center. I did try to force the headrest up and out. At the suggestion of Mr. F 36 51 296 only vehicles with folding rear seats Release backrests and fold down. The bottom is easy, just pull up on the front edge and pull it out. You then pull up on it and take it off the other little bracket it has on the bottom. Feel free to drop those weights into your first set of posts.
Hope you wind up driving a Yugo! Front Seat Removal Almost all repairs involving power seat adjustment or folding latch adjustment involve removing the seat. A Pelican community member may be able to answer your question. You can now lift the seat out. Thanks for any help you can give! Again, remember to push the foam towards the frame to ease the tension. When I put in the subwoofer, the instructions from BavAuto were very explicit on how to remove the rear seat.
Note position of lug 3 with respect to recess 4. I have heard of some people removing the backing by sitting on the back seat and replacing the cable, but I think this is a lot harder than just pulling the seat. Installation is the same way as removal. The hold-down is exposed now. Take that bushing looking thing and pull it out.
When you feel it unclip, pull it towards the front blue arrows of the car and lift it free. They are very stiff so you will need to give it a good old tug. I was able to remove and re-install the motors with an L-Shaped torx tool. We use data about you for a number of purposes explained in the links below. I opened a post in our forums. For part number see parts microfiche. Overtime the gear will either break into a bunch of small pieces or it will develop a large gash.
Repairing your seats is also a great opportunity to vacuum some hard to reach areas. At the very top - pull straight forward to separate the tops from the spring mount. F 36 51 071 Pull cover 1 over seat bench 2 and fit to contours. I unplugged the drains with my trusty coathanger. I'm guessing you car early model doesn't have them. You will see two plastic caps covering the front of the seat rails. Both hands, where the red arrows are below and pull straight up to unclip it.
You want to tap the rod in just far enough out of the gear so you can insert the c-clip. Do you want me to post a picture of what my drain looks like? Try not to hit yourself in the chin when you do it. This may take some persuasion, but remember that some of the gearbox parts are fragile. The headrests come out hard, so I used a 1x2 piece of wood to pry them up. Next using a pair of thin nose pliers snap off the two fixing pegs towards the rear of the seat. So here's the second line of thought. Once they are down, in the center where the seats meat halfway you are going to see this.
Could just be a function of date of manufacture as to whether it has the headrests or not. The headrest go through the seat-back into the metal frame of the car. Do you have either of those? I am still drying the thing out, when I'm back together and driving and getting rained on I'll be keeping a close look on those things. Replace by sliding onto the mounting hook then pushing firmly onto the upper spring clip. One of the bolts in my car is missing a nut, and I cannot find one which is the right size.
Once you do it pops off with mimimal effort. I have stood in that car with the top down, grabbed the seat back and thrown my 186 pounds of bodyweight against it and it won't budge. Then wiggle them up and out. In the center between the two seats is a black plastic trim piece that covers the hold down assembly. Once you have the seats out turn them over and remove the two small Torx bolts towards the front of the seat. I did this by removing the facia panels above the head rest and using needle nose pliers to pull the retaining pin. I'm thinking about all of the weight savings above plus a few spins of my own.
Out of the front of the tensioner, you will notice a cable that comes out and loops around. I cannot find any screws. November 28, 2017 Followup from the Pelican Staff: You will have to use a wiring diagram for your specific vehicle with a set of fused jumper leads and manually activate the seat motors to move it. Wanted to contribute a post in case there is someone in the same jam. Any ideas would be most appreciated. The vast majority of seat latch issues can be attributed to the cable snapping. F 36 52 011 R Turn over trim strip 1 such that seat cover 2 rests on upholstery.