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I need to remove the driver's seat from my 2003 malibu how do i do this?? i see the rear hold down bolts two large hex head (allen wrench) type but can not find the front bolts all i see is what looks like two large rivets on each rail.

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Take out the rear bolts and tilt/lift the seat forward. after the wiring is disconnected it will come out.

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