Question about 2008 Chevrolet Malibu
A car that new..take it back to the dealer and have them repair it. usually if panels are popping loose that are screwed in, its because one bolt was tightened before the others were all lined up. Again though..new car..take it back to them for repair
Posted on Sep 12, 2009
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1. Pull the plastic panels under the seat bottom straight forward to remove them.
2. Remove the six bolts (14mm) holding the seat and center seatbelt in place.
3. Pop the two small plastic covers at the top and behind the seat using a trim removal tool or screwdriver tip covered in masking tape.
4. Lift the seat straight upward.
The Service Manual states a 35 ft lb torque and must be re-installed in a certain sequence for the 6 seat anchor bolts (not the seat belt bolts). When putting the rear seat back in install the bolts in this order. (1) center left (2) center right (3) left lower (4) right lower (5) left upper (6) right upper.
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