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pull up the front of cushion on either side in turn, put your fingers under the front edge about 10 inches from outer edge you will feel a little plastic lever, you slide to one side, repeat for other side you can then remove seat cushion.
Guessing if you had a factory service manual you wouldn't be asking a question on here....right ? Anyway to answer your question, yes there is a separate fuse for the left and right side running lights. If you lift the front of the bottom cushion of the REAR seat. Now you will need to kind of give it a quick tug upward to release the clips that hold the bottom cuhion down. Also try to grab it from both sides when you tug on it at the same time. When loose lift up and pull it towards the front of the car to remove the cushion. On the drivers side underneath the cushion is a fuse panel with a cover on top. Remove the cover to see the fuses. Below is a duagram of the fuse layout. The fuse marked with the red arrow is the fuse you want to check for the left (drivers) side running lamps. FYI, the fuse for the right passenger side running lights is the one right below it (#10). Hope this helps......
The rear seat bottom cushion is attached with hooks,no tools should be needed to remove the seat bottom.lift slightly up on the cushion with one hand,and use the other hand to "thump" the front of the cushion towards the back of the car.(one hook on each side,thump the seat about 12" from the side)
Sometimes the axles on these do hang up. The best way to remove these is to take 2 pry bars to place on either side and very sharply, pull quickly and the axle should break free. You should feel it pop. Do not pull on the other end of the axle. It can disconnect the joint from the inside and the you have to remove the clamp and reset the joint.
on the front side of the seat cushion, just below where the carpet and cushion meet, would be two pull out handles. each are near the ends so just feel along and you'll find it, pull on it and the cushion pops right up. for the back rest, if its the fixed type there are two bolts holding it in place, take those out, pull up on the back rest and slides off some hooks. but if its the back rest is the split folding type ya havta release em first pull it down and take out the bolts holding it down.