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How to take out/replace 2004 jetta seats (front and/or back)

Thats it. want to take out the seats to clean the whole thing out...maybe replace them,maybe not. maybe rip out the back seats...who knows

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For front seats. push them all the way to the front then got to the back and pop out the plastic covers on both sides of the tracks.
Then push the chair back and unscrew the nut under the seat in the middle on the end of the positioning guide you got to use an allen key. then you slide the chair all the way back and it will come out.

For the back seat use the same allen key and unscrew the 2 screws just below the front of the seats then lift the seat out. for the upper part just pull the two release knobs on each corner to drop it down. Then take a flat head screwdriver and push back the latch in the hinge of the seat at the side then it should pop out.

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