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If you are handy you can move your seat around and look to see where it attaches. However, here is an idea that will help you practice. From my own experience it is much easier to practice on something you don't care about. Go to your local wrecking yard with sockets, wrenches a ratchet and screwdrivers and take one out.
Posted on Apr 17, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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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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