Question about Toyota Solara
Yes the lower part should just pop out ,but the back cushion has to be fixed in case of an accident so somewhere it will have some securing bolts ,which can vary with the age of the vehicle ,some models have them at the top on either side with a bracket accessable from the rear of the vehicle and bottom of the seat has a slot either side that the seat pushes into ,but some models have star shaped screws coming in the front into the car bodywork so teh corners of the seat cushions have to be pulled back slightly to see the screws
Posted on Apr 30, 2010
Pull up on the bottom of the rear seat, look under with a good flashlight, u will see that on each side there is a thick wire clipped into the floor board, this retainer "springs out", to release it use the palm of your hand and strike the bottom of the seat on the outside in front of the spring retainer while pulling upward on the seat, it is not easy, u must be pretty strong to do this on the 1st try, u can hurt your hand if u are not careful.
Posted on Apr 29, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Sit in back seat passenger side. Remove panel which is on top which is below rear window, same panel where seat belt goes into panel at top. You will need to remove #2 Phillips screws which hold panel in place. Screws are hiding behind seat belt front cover where belt goes down in panel, under cup holder which allows arm rest cover to lift off and one more right on left side of head rest in corner. Remove panel. You will see switch which is in vertical position. If for any reason you want to by-pass switch, just unplug switch. Radio will still work in standard mode. The amp sound will not increase in performance when top is down and sound will not be as sharp.
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