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Do not see any bolts or screws visibly securing the back seat but something must be. icc cannot pull it out
Normally there are two bolts that hold brackets to the floor on the bottom of the cushion. One on each side. You remove the bolts and lift up on the cushion.
Posted on Jul 10, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 3rd seat belt in a jeep wrangler
Bolting it in a third row seat? that'd be fairly easy...just need something solid to anchor it to (like a thick piece of metal) on the underside to put the bolt through. do the same with seat [lap] belts and that should solve any law issues (actually some states i believe don't "require" rear seat passengers to be belted in, but I'd strongly suggest it for the kids safety!)...my big question is where are you finding enough room for a 3rd row seat? wranglers aren't exactly loaded on space...
as for torque...wrangler seats are fully removable (makes it easy to wash mud and stuff out) so as long as the bolts tighten down (air gun preferably, but you can arm twist em if need be) you'll be fine, just make sure everything is as secure/sturdy as the factory seats
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
Are you sure you have to pull the back seat? Those strut towers should be behind the seats and therefore should be accessible from the trunk. There might be some carpeting that is covering up the access, and it is probably a little cramped but I believe you can get to them from there.
Posted on Jan 06, 2009
Yes, there is a "spear point" plastic clip that is still engaged into a socket type holder in the front outboard portion of the tail lamp assembly. Pry gently with a tape wrapped screwdriver at the front outboard corner of the assembly and the clip will release. You will then be able to see how the clip works and will be able to align and engage it first when replacing the tail lamp assembly.
Posted on Jan 24, 2009
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Posted on Feb 04, 2009
1st::Unscrew the 2 screws that hold the light in.
2nd::Slide your hand behind the light and pull the light towards you. Make sure that you pull it straight, as if the h3 was driving away from you, so you dont break the two pins that are holding the light in...PULL ONE PIN AT A TIME!!!
Dont pull it to far away from the hummer as there are wires attached that need to stay attached.
3rd::turn the back of the bulb to unlock it from the lens...
4th:: slide the bulb out and remove thebulb by pulling it straight out.
5th::put the new bulb in, lock it back into the lens, then insert it back where you got it from,...
MAKE SURE you move the wires out of the way when you put the lens back in...they will get in the way and can be damaged.
Posted on Apr 07, 2009
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