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Most rear seats are held in with clams and screws . Look under the swab (bit you sit on) for screws or bolts holding the front of that part down. remove and lift out. Then you should see two more at the bottom of the seat back holding it in . Remove these and lift the back bit straight up off the retaining clips.. take a trip to the wreckers if you are in doubt.
The anchor points that you describe are on all late model cars. They're made for attaching baby car seats without using seat belts. Your car should have both the anchors AND seat belts. Most likely, the lower seat belt latches have beeb pushed down into the seat. Fish around with your hand and you should find them.
First off you must remove the back seat to gain access to the three mounting nuts of the upper strut mount. Then you can remove the nut and bolt that pinches the the rear spindle assembly to the lower strut. separate the two and pull the strut assembly out of the car.
The bolts are located under the rear deck (where the rear speakers are located) inside the car. First start by opening the fold down rear seats. There you will find 4 bolts holding the rear seat back. Remove them. Pull the seat back forward and lay it down on the rear seat. Next remove the rear deck. There are 2 plastic push-in clips that hold the rear deck. They located toward the front. Pull them out. Now the rear deck can be removed by sliding forward towards the front of the car. Under the rear deck is insulation which can be lifted out. Under the insulation are the bolts for each strut. Remove these bolts and the strut can be pulled out.
open the trunk, and check to see if you can replace them from there. Also check to see if the speaker grills pop in/out. If not, there are two bolts that hold the rear seat in. One located on each side at the bottom corner of the cushions. You need to pull up on it after you unbolt it.