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How do i remove rear bench seat from 08 lancer es

I need information about how I go about disconnecting the rear bench seat from my 08 lancer es. help?

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You pull up firmly on the front of the bottom side of the back seat it will pop up, one clip on each side between where your legs would go.

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Not 100% sure on that particular model but usually you either have a couple of bolts at front of seat down close to floor to remove, one on each side, and if no bolts, you grab front of rear seat, push back on it hard & lift, usually a catch on each side.

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