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I need to replace the front driver's seat in a 95 saturn...

I have no idea how to replace the seat..is there someone that can walk me through it????Please...

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Seat frame base is held to floor with four bolts, one in each corner.  Begin by moving seat to the full forward position, remove the two rear seat frame bolts, they may be covered by carpet and plastic trim.  Them move seat to full rear position and remove both front frame bolts, the seat will now be free to remove.  Keep me posted

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