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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Two large bolts secure the bench in place. Remove them. Three large bolts sechur the backrest in place. Remove them. Lift the backrest up until it unhooks from the three supports near the top. You will the be able to remove the plastic panels leading to the trunk. They are secured with small plastic retainers. Good luck. Takes about 15 minutes.
Posted on Aug 23, 2009
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To avoid getting it towed to the dealer (where they'd remove the rear seat to access the trunk),
you can get out your socket set/tool kit and remove the rear seat yourself and reach into the
trunk. If this car has fold-down rear seat(s) or bolster(s), simply fold them down and reach in.
Haynes manual (or online manuals) for this car aren't yet accessible, but a call to your Kia
dealership's service dept. may get a mechanic on the line who can give you a few good tips, or
pay a handy neighbor to figure out how to remove (and re-install) the rear seat to get access to
Posted on Jan 17, 2011
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