Question about 1998 Buick Skylark
There are bolts at the bottom of the seat near the floor, or there are spring catches and you , have to push the bottom of the seat towards the rear of the vehicle, so you have to push towards the trunk and then upwards. Check for bolts there first hidden by a small portion of the carpet.
Posted on Apr 21, 2014
Check under the floor mat just under the seat for 2 bolts that hold it down or it may just take a sudden lift up at the front to pull it out of the spring clips holding it down. As to the back bit , when you have the seat out check for 2 bolts under the bottom of the back . remove them and lift the back straight up to unclip from the top.
Posted on Apr 21, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There is a free way to find out where it is which is what you'll have to do first, go to any parts place which should have a diagram or they can just tell you over the phone. i will tell you this, hope that it's on the passenger side because if it's on the driver side you will need to pull the dash to get to it. If it's on the passenger side like the blower motor you can just drop the glove box door down to get to it. It looks like a little box woth two or three small hoses or pipes going to it which are failrly easy to disconnect. Hope this helped, good luck!
Posted on Nov 04, 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
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Posted on May 31, 2009
SOURCE: stuck seat belt
My 1999 Buick Century has the same problem. Shanat's solution works for most cars, but not in this case. As Three4Preid wrote, the strap is already back inside as far as it will go. Has anyone found a solution for this yet???
Posted on Jul 19, 2010
Here is the firing order for that vehicle and engine, that is if it does have a Buick engine with the distributor mounted on the front of the engine, but if the distributor is mounted on the back of the engine then it is an Oldsmobile engine and I have that firing order diagram also if you require it.
Posted on Jul 24, 2010
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Remove the seat cushion retaining bolts, detach the seat cushion and remove it up and out from the vehicle.
Remove the rear seat back retaining bolts at the bottom of the seat back. Pull up then out to disengage the upper frame from the hangers and remove seat back from the vehicle.
Installation is the reverse of removal.
Courtesy: Haynes GM repair Manual #38025. You can probably find a copy of it on Amazon or eBay cheap
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