Question about Ford Mustang
Posted by Anonymous on
If I remember correctly, the bottom part of the seat is on a hook (one on each side under the seat) To remove it, you push the bottom edge of the seat back and up is one motion. If you use a flashlight, you can slightly lift the seat and look underneath to actually get a look at the hooks.
Once the bottom has been removed, usually there are two bolts that hold the back on and possibly another hook at the top that you need to lift up on the back to disengage.
If I'm wrong, the hooks will be bolts and the bolts just need to be removed.(you will see that if you look)
Posted on Mar 19, 2011
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