Question about Nissan Cars & Trucks
Do not bend the rear seat back rests, they will never be the same again. On most (if not all) cars the rear backrests are bolted on by means of two bolts behind the seat, so first remove the seat (the bottom padding that keeps your backside from hitting the floor) by pulling the seat up. On some vehicles, the seat is bolted down with two 6mm bolts on either side. Once you have the seat out, you should see two bolts holding the back rest to the body of the car. Undo these, and the backrest comes off easily.
Now fit the seat covers and bolt the backrest back into place. It is not a difficult job, shouldn't take more than an hour or less.
Posted on Dec 15, 2014
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