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Re: rear seat removal on 1988 full size 2dr chevy blazer
The rear seat is bolted to the floor either from the inside or the outside. If attached from the undercarriage you will need to locate the rubber plugs that cover the bolt head or the hex nuts to the seat. Just remove these and the seat will come out.
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Let me guess, you have a 2 door, right? On 2 door Blazers, it is very time consuming to get to the rear speakers, you have to remove the bottom kick plate that runs along the bottom of the door, take out the back seat, and then remove the entire plastic side wall from the interior of the truck. I took mine in, they actualy had a special price for installation of rear speakers in blazers.
u might be able to just remove alt and fan and maybe not. Only other things that might needed to removed is a/c compresser, power steering pump and fan shroud (((you dont have to remove shroud but makes it alot easier)))
look at water pump and look to see what all in way of getting to all the bolts
the seat is mounted to either studs or bolted down, there are two in the front and two in the rear, raise the seat up as high as it goes and disconnect the wiring harness, be carefull not to break the connector, move the seat back and remove the front nuts or bolts on floor, there may be a trim cover over them, repeat for rear, move seat foreward to access rear nuts or bolts (varies by year.)