Re: Does the back seat of the yukon come out? I can
By the picture it looks like a 2000 to 2004 yukon.
im assuming you are talking about the 3rd row seat?
if so yes it comes out, the instructions are numbered on the seat, 1, 2 3.
if you are talking about the rear seat, inline with the rear doors, they do not come out, only fold down
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Well I believe that only upholstery can fix that but the whole seat comes off. What seems to be the problem? It would be cheaper, only if your budget is tight, if you get another one from a pick a part near you.
those have bad handles. Take the handle off by using the proper torx bit and check the stud for full operation of the seats potential by using a pair of visegrips carefully crimping the end of the stud and then pull to check movement sometimes the bolts on the inside of the seat come loose for the back rest and need tightened.
You have a broken wire in the seat. The blue wire inside the seat cushion will break or burn in two. If you are handy with tools you can remove the seat, remove the screws from the control switches cut the hog nose ring clips, undo the velcro on the back of the seat bottom and carefully remove the bottom seat cover. You will find that the blue heating element blue wire in burned in two. Cut the bad part out, slide some heat shrink tape over one end. Slide it far enough so that you wont shrink it from the solder gun. Solder the two wires together and keep the joint minimal so that the shrink tape will slide over the solder joint. shrink the tape with a heat gun or hair dryer.Put everything back in reverse order. You will need to go to an older conventional auto parts store and buy a hog nose ring kit with the pliars to replace the upholstery. Go to an upholstery shop and they can tell you where to buy it . It should cost 3 or 4 dollars. this whole seat repair should not cost over $8.00. Also remember check the fuses first and also remember that the seatbelt has to be fastened for the seat heater to work.
This depends on which model year Yukon you own, which you did not include. Typically, there are either handles down low on the outboard sides of the seats or in the back of the seats, also down low. If on the sides, they do not look like the recline handles; they usually just have a small knob on the end of the lever. Pull straight up and rock the seat away from the floor when it releases. If in the back, open the rear doors/liftgate, reach the lever which has a small knob on the end of it, pull staright up, grasap the pull bar at the bottom of the seat, and slide the seat out the rear of the vehicle. There are short tracks which the wheels on the bottom of the sead glide across, then the seat just rolls on the carpet. Installation is the reverse of removal. If this helps, please remember to comment/vote. Thank you and good luck!
there are plastic covers over the front bolts that hold the seat to the floor remove the screws the hold these covers on then remove the two front bolts under these covers then move the seat all the way forward and you should be able to see the two bolts that hold the rear of the seat to the floor pan there could be covers on these to remove the bolts and then tip the seat forward and unplug the wire connector for the power seat(if it has this option).hope this helped
There are usually a combination of 4 nut/bolts per seat. You'll need a T55 or T50 torque bit and an 18mm deep socket to remove these. To access them slide the seat to the extreme front and rear. Once all nuts/bolts are removed tilt seat back and undo wiring harness from underneath. You have to remove both driver and front passenger seat to remove the centre console /middle seat.
3rd row, you simply pull the lever which makes the back fold down and then grip the handle located on the bottom and pull toward you slightly hard. They are heavy so it seems like they aren't coming out, just pull hard. second row, you flip all the way up and push with them standing up and they come unhooked. Good Luck! I didn't have any problems, except they are at least 50+lbs!