Question about Chevrolet Beretta
The front seat assemblies are secured to the floor at three points. The center, front of the seat is bolted to an adjuster which is secured by two bolts that thread into weld nuts into the floor pan. Two rollers at the rear of the seat which are an integral part of the seat, travel in guide tracks. The inboard track is secured to the side of the inner rocker panel and the outboard track secures to the side of the floor pan tunnel. Slide the seat all the way forward and remove the two seat track to floor pan bolts (14mm) and then slide the seat all the way back and remove the two seat track (adjuster) to floor pan bolts (14mm) and then lift seat out. If they are power seats, disconnect the harness connector. If seat doesn't slide all the way forward or back, you will need to use a long wrench instead of a socket and ratchet to remove the bolts
Posted on Oct 12, 2010
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