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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I replaced my rear speakers I had to remove the entire rear seat bottom and top as for the bottom just pull up theres nothing holding it down just a few body clips like the ones that hold the door panels in place
Posted on Jun 04, 2010
Its not possible easily,but with bit of modification it can be done. To
troubleshoot the issue, click the link below: Car Repair Diagram ------- This
will help. Thanks.
troubleshoot the issue, click the link below:
Car Repair Diagram
Posted on Mar 05, 2013
carefully look at the deck covering for impressed lines as that will indicate where the cover has been weakened to allow easy removal for the anchor bolt
depending on the seat in use there could be one directly behind and in the middle of the seat or one on either side of the seat position
look up from in the boot and see if there are nuts welded in place already for seat belt anchor points
Posted on Apr 20, 2016
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