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I need to remove the rear seat of a 96 Lincoln Continental

I need to remove the rear seat of the Lincoln Continental

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Push the lower seat cushion toward the rear of the car and lift, there's 2 hooks approx. 12" or so either side of the center of the seat.
The seat back is held in with 2 bolt located on the lower outside corners.

You'll have to unbolt the seatbelts from the floor to completely remove the seat back.

Posted on Jun 05, 2010

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  • Mike Raatz
    Mike Raatz Jun 05, 2010

    Sorry, on the seat back once the bolts are removed you have to lift the seat back straight up to release it from the mounting clips.

  • shadowfaxmus Mar 04, 2011

    do u lift the seat from the front or back..and does this work for a 94 lincoln cont?

  • Mike Raatz
    Mike Raatz Mar 04, 2011

    It should be similar, you lift from the front.
    See this web page it has photos of the clips on the seat bottom.
    http://www.autoclinix.com/Mercury/Rear Speakers.html

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