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Re: 2004 toyota highlander -
Most dealers will not perform this service, as they become the "final stage manufacturer", and what that means is THEY would be responsible for any claims (liability) that may arise from an accident. Toyota does NOT recommend adding seats, nor do they recommend changing seat types (buckets vs bench). Note that the vehicle is designed with the specific seating positions in mind. To add a 3rd row seat, you would also have to install the proper seatbelts, and secure the 3rd row seats in a fashion that meets NHTSA specifications.
In short, and I apologize for this, please refrain from doing it.
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It is possible to remove the 3rd row seat. It is secured by 4 bolts 2 on each side. You might need to remove the side deck panel to get access to these bolts. also you will need to remove floor board sub assembly and 2 covers on the seat assembly that cover the holding bolts for the seat. and after you remove the seat it will be clear how to remove the seat belts.
This job requires some mechanical common sense so you wouldn't break things. Most panels are secured by clips but you need to make sure that there are no screws anywhere before starting to pull the panel to unclip the clips. Otherwise it is easy to do and wouldn't take long at all. Basic hand tools are required you might need a Phillips screw driver and might also need a 14mm or 17mm socket with a ratchet.
Possibly the Dodge Caravan, but it would probably be a stretch since the interior is a bit different. You could call your local Dodge dealer and see if they will give you a part number and try to match it up with the Chrysler number to see if they are the same.
These were normally mounted in the reverse position BUT the problem is your seat must be fitted by APPROVED installer because your car requires a Blue tag for a modified vehicle to make it legal to use. you install it you make your vehicle registration and insurance not valid and need to be reinspected for road worthiness before it is driven (don't feel bad because child restraint anchor points are the same, that is why in Australia we recommend Ambulance fitting centers)
There is usually a "button" on the side of the headrest support... the rectangular plastic piece at the top of the seat where the headrest bars go into the seat itself. Hold that while pulling the headrest out.
My 2004 v6 2wd highlander has the same battery, and I am just now replacing it. What is that 7 years? I found via google that it has 550 CCA. I think it would have lasted longer if not for kids leaving lights on every few weeks and an unusually cold winter for this far south.