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I need to remove the back part of the rear seat from my 2001 Altima and cant find any bolts that hold it in place. How do I do it?

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Donk quote me but i think their are two bolts in the top of the boot and once they are removed the seat lifts up ,but ???? i cant remember everything i work on so i could be wrong

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