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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Grab the bottom seat cushion at the front of one side and pull it straight up then do the same on the other side. (you will have to pull up very hard) The bottom of the seat clips in. once you have the bottom out take the 2 bolts out of the seat belt fasteners that holds the bottom of the top seat cushion. Then pull straight up on the seat cushion to slide it off two tabs that hold the top.
Posted on Mar 29, 2010
Tony- No, you don't. If you are removing the tie rods off the steering ram, the best way to do this is to remove the shroud from behind the hood and just before the windshield. Remove the wiper arms. Lift the hood. Notice the phillips head or torx head screws that hold down the plastic vented piece that runs from fender to fender. Remove all of those screws and put them in a bag so you don't loose them. Take off the plastic valance and set it aside in a safe place where the kids won't walk on it and break it. Now, the good part: To the left and to the right of the steel support valance (for lack of a better term) there are 3-4 13 MM bolts holding down each side of the piece. Remove them and put them in the same bag. In the middle or just off center of this valance is yet another bolt, either 13 or 14 MM and it is a long one too. It supports the wiper motor. Remove it and put it in the bag too. Now carrefully lift the support off the car, thus exposing the wide-open spaces behind the engine. You can easily see the PS ram and the opposite ends of the tie rods. I have to do this very thing very soon to replace a bent tie rod tube. But while I am at it, I will replace the tube and both tie rod ends, since I'll have to take it in for an alignment anyway- and so will you.
After that is all done, replace all your parts from the bag onto the valances, bolt the wipers back down and GO!
Posted on Dec 12, 2011
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