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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: remove back seat
In most cases, the factory installed rear speakers are accessible through the trunk, not behind the seat. Open your trunk and check if you can see them by looking up and forward in the trunk opening.
Posted on Nov 23, 2008
SOURCE: I am replacing the cabriolet
I quoite this procedure that work for one '99 CLK... bottom cushion first. Pull up from front then pull forward and out.
The back has four attachment points. Three at the bottom... center,
left and right. The fourth is behind the armrest. Pull the armrest
down like you would to use it. Panel behind the armrest then needs to
bepulled forward to expose two screws. I can't remember if that panel
is supposed to come all the way out or remains attached to the seat
back. Whole process is straight forward and shouldn't take long at all.
Then you should see all of the headrest mechanism.
Other comments tell us that... once you get the rollbar exposed by removing the seat backrest, you will have to unbolt the entire rollbar as one piece. I believe it is held by about 4 larger bolts. Then on the backside of the verticle portion of the rollbar (on the right and left) about midway from the top of the the bar you will see a small metal cover held by some small screws,m I believe 2. Remove this cover as it holds a stop for the rollbars. Loosen the pressure on the hydraulic pump by turning screw counterclockwise so that the headrest bars can now be lowered. I recommend lowering the headrest after you reassemble and tighten the rollbar back... otherwise you won't be able to get to the bolts to ressemble the rollbar and the rollbar will sit loose behind the seat. This also means the two small cover pieces that you removed from the backside of the verticle bar may need to be left off your vehicle until you fix your system. With this at least you'll be able to drive again with the headrest in the lowered position and thus increase your rear view.
Also, here is some PDF on how to remove the rear seat: Remove rear seats.pdf (893.9 KB, 957 views)
Posted on Apr 04, 2011
SOURCE: How to remove the rear
Pull up the seat cushion with a VERY firm tug upward on each side. There is a pin on each side (right where a person's legs would go about 12-15 inches in from the side of the cushion) that you need to disengage. But the cushion is not bolted down. This can be difficult so often repeated tries are needed.
Posted on Apr 21, 2011
Opel astra ,never a problem with these excelent cars ,now is it a seat belt stuck or a seat stuck forewards problem as the question is a bit conflicting .
Posted on Mar 28, 2012
It is under a black plastic cover in the front left of the engine compartment. Remove the cover then the negative cable and then the positive and the one retaining block at the base of the battery that holds the battery retaining wedge.
Posted on Jul 11, 2012
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