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How to remove back seat of hhr 2006


Rear Seat Replacement

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Component Name
Notice: Refer to Fastener Notice in the Preface section.
Fastener Tightening Specifications: Refer to Fastener Tightening Specifications .
Preliminary Procedure Remove the rear compartment floor stowage compartment tray. Refer to Rear Floor Trim Plate Replacement .
1
Nut, Rear Seat (Qty: 6)
Tip
Roll the seat forward enough to get access to the nut that attaches the center seat belt assembly to the floor.
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45 N?·m (33 lb ft)
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Bolt, Rear Seat (Qty: 3)
Tip

  1. Adjust the seat forward or rearward to access the bolts.
  2. Remove the plastic trim pieces to gain access to the nuts.
Tighten
45 N?·m (33 lb ft)
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If circuit breaker is overheating it will cause an open circuit.

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http://outlander.net.ru/Vitaly/CHASSIS/03/all_of_car.pdf

I have the same problem. Finally found this repair manual on line.
Pages 52A-27 & 28 give a break down of the seat.
The reclining knob is broken #23. It engages the reclining cable #31.
Look closely at the underside of the knob to see if part of it is broken off and this will indicate we share the same problem.
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2003 Mitsubishi outlander all wheel drive my rear


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