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Re: Remove front seats 1996 Camaro
With a flashlight, needle nose, and flathead screwdriver; :look underneath to wear the handle cables are connected to little clips on the slider rails. Try to pull out and hold one clip with pliers and do the same on other side with flathead. When clips are pointed out the seat will slide until you let go of the clips. I am guessing that one of the cables attached to the handle is either missing or caught up on something.
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I'm assuming it's a manual release?
I'd start with a flashlight and my mechanics mirror on a stick, and try to have a good look at the mechanism. There's a good chance that something is stopping the retainer from slipping out of the latch slot.
The next step would be to unbolt the seat from the floor and remove it. Cleaning, freeing up the mechanism, and lubrication should get you done.
slide seat back....two bolts at front of rails, slide forward....two more rear rail bolts. lift out seat. I think your Bowden cable has snapped or become dislodged so you need to remove the rear seat cover to access the workings....easy job
Hello: Move seats all the way forward, raise seat up as far as it will go. Remove covers over seat tracks in rear(go through the back door on each side) remove 15mm nut or bolt on each track, pick up rear of seat far enough to release the front hooks pull seat back and lift seat out of car. Make sure you disconnect the power seat wiring after you get the seat positioned for removal. Prior to removing seat. Also disconnect the side air bag wiring (yellow) if equipped.
there are plastic covers over the front bolts that hold the seat to the floor remove the screws the hold these covers on then remove the two front bolts under these covers then move the seat all the way forward and you should be able to see the two bolts that hold the rear of the seat to the floor pan there could be covers on these to remove the bolts and then tip the seat forward and unplug the wire connector for the power seat(if it has this option).hope this helped
Take apart the drive box in front of seat track, on both sides with an allen wrench. You can then push the seat to get at the bolts to remove it. My trolley drive motor had bad brushes. I am now looking to replace the motor, if I can find the replacement.