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How do you take the back seats out of a bmw 320i se to fit seat covers

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To remove the rear seats, force your hands under the front of the seat bottoms and lift with a quick, short tug. The bottom cushion lifts out with no tools. There will be a couple of bolts holding the seat backs in place.

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