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How to remove 89 Cressida rear seat squab?

Need to remove the seat base to see whether a lost wedding ring is under it. And then reinstall it>

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  • Toyota Ed May 11, 2010

    Look at the front side of the seat bottom. There are 2 different ways of retaining the seat bottom. One is a visible tab that is pulled towards the front seats, and then you lift the seat up, from the front edge. If there is no visible tabs, or any other devices, then there is nothing but a clamp, which is an interference fit. Start on the front of the seat bottom, one-third of the way in. Pull up on the front of the seat. It will be tight. When it pops up, repeat for the other side. Let me know if this works.

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SOURCE: 1989 mk2 Ford Orion headrest insert removal

HI, IF I REMEMBER THEASE JUST SNAPPED IN TO REMOVE YOU HAD TO FEEL THE TWO LUGS THROUGH THE REAR OF THE SEAT AND PINCE THE LUGS IN AND LEVER OUT AT SAME TIME ,HOPE THIS HELPS THANKS.

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just pull up it will unlock the clips are tight

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Use a shop vacuum

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