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Most cars of that era, have two latches for the bottom of the seat usually about 1/4 distance from the edge of the seat. You push down and back on the front edge of the seat and it unlatches.then lifts out. The seat back usually has two tabs or sometimes bolts that you can get to when the bottom of the seat is removed.
normally you will have to lay the backs down and lift the little velcro strip up. There should be two bolts on the back of each section. Once the bolts are out you can just slide the two section straight out- towards the windshield.
The bottom section is held in by two or three bolts that will be exposed now that the seat backs are gone. There will also be two metal clips sticking out from underneath the seats that need to be pulled out before the seat will come free.
Same proceedure as front headrests but tilt the back of the seats forward about halfway. Push the little clip in on top of the seat, by the chrome rail, pull the headrest up and slide out of the hole. Push the back of the seat back, lift up the bottom seat and tilt forward. Lay the back seats down. Done.
Start with removing the head rests. There is a handle on each one on the backside. push the handle and lift the headrest up till it comes out. You'll find a handle looking appr. 1" out of the seat, you'll see it near the door at the hind quarter of the seat. Pull the handle up and the seat will lift and swing. Swing them up to upright position. at the bottom of the backseat, back upholster you find another handle on each inner wheel cover. press them back wards and pull the seat back down.