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I need to now how to take the driver and passanger seats out of a 1997 pontiac grand prix

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There are four bolts that mount them to the body, you might have to move the seat forwards or backwards in order to access them. You'll need a ratchet and I believe a 1/2 inch socket. Also you'll need to unplug the electrical connection if there powered seats.

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