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get under the front seats there are 4 bolts holding the seats in the floor plus a torx bolt for the lap belt, take seats out the back seat has 2 torx bolts at the front bottom of the lower cushion remove them and pull the bottom forward the back has 2 bolts holding it remove them and lift the unit straight up, be carefull there is wires under the front seat for the seat belt warning light carefully unhook them 1 for each seat now you need hog ring plairs and a bunch of new hog rings to secure the new fabric, use side cutter plairs to remove old hog rings carefully remove the seat covers, hog rings can be got at car glass shops the pliars can be got from summit racing or a place that sells car uppolstrytake your time and you can do it!!
Remove the headrests. Then slide the cover over the seat back cushion (Photo 5). Push the bottom straps through the gap and into the buckles just like you did on the bottom cushion (refer to Photo 3). Reconnect the bib panel and pull down on the rear portion of the seat back cover to remove wrinkles.
In order to replace bulbs, look at the back of the mirror. There will be four white circle coverings hiding the screw heads, and these must be drilled open in order to access the screws that hold the two halves of the mirror together (these coverings will not have to be replaced). Once these screws are located and unscrewed, flip the mirror back over and remove the top half. Carefully, replace the bulbs.
Hello: It would be best to replace it, We fixed (per GM Instructions) but they didn't stay fixed so that's why I recommend replacing it. To replace it you have to remove the outer cover on the seat cushion. Bottom.
The heater element in the seat has an open circuit. I had this identical problem with myAurora. I replaced the the bottom element with a after market seat heater. I had to rewire by connecting a ground wire and 12volt supply (from disconnected plug connector under seat) The element in the seat back was okay. I switched the plug connector so it was compatible with the new element. I was able to remove the seat cover (leather) from the front and right side enough to be able to replace the seat element without removing the seat from the car. Unfortunately the new switch is round and not compatible with original switch , but I now have a restored heated seat for $65.00 and 3 hours of my time.
In order to replace the fuel pump on that vehicle. Step one would be to disconnect the battery. Step 2 is to remove Rear seat. To do so you must try lifting up in the front of the seat. and pulling twoards the front of the car. If you Look between the bottom seat and the back rest you should see 2 14mm Bolts near where the seat belts are attached, remove these. then remove the rest of the seat.
After the seat is removed you should see a grey or black metal cover, under that cover is your fuel pump, remove the 10mm bolts holding the cover on. then use a flat head screw driver to pry the cover off, Disconnect electrical connectors and fuel lines, then just pull the pump assembly out ( some wiggling and manuevering may be required)
then just reinstall the new pump, reinstall seat and reconnect battery
There is a plastic cover, about 1 1/8" diameter, on the base of the post on each side. You can remove it with a screw driver by carefully prising upwards at the edge. They just clip down.
Once these are lifted away from the seat, you will see the wire clip that locks the headrest into the seat. Remove the clip on each post, and you can then remove the headrest.
Reassembly is the reverse.
I had this problem, but only on the driver's side (with leather seats). Sometimes the switch would come on, but I could not get it to go back off (and the seat would not heat).
I ended up removing the drivers front seat cover (only the bottom part), folding it back from the driver's door to the middle of the car. You also have to unplug the wiring harness underneath the seat. I found a black spot burned in the foam. This is where a wire had broken. I carefully pulled the wire together, then soldered it. I put everything back together, and it has been working ever since (about 6 months - and getting lots of use in the middle of the winter).
I think the only way to replace the heated seat wires is to replace the whole seat cover. I was glad I could fix mine by soldering it.