Tip & How-To about 2007 BMW 750Li Sedan

Gaining a few extra inches of leg room, driver seat.

1. move the drivers seat all the way forward 2. from the back seat, locate the clip attached to the right side drivers seat rail. 3. lift the clip up using a screw driver or pliers. The clip is flexible metal and can be removed and replaced without harm.

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