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How to remove 3rd row seat


If your Freestar is similar to earlier Windstars, third row seat removal is approached from the rear with the tailgate open. There are two latches at the bottom that pull up to release the seat from its locked position. You tilt the seat forward and pull up then pull the seat back toward you to release.

Dec 13, 2014 | 2006 Ford Freestyle

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Take the seat off


  • Open tool box, at rear of seat, with key and unhook or unbolt the seat from inside tool box.
  • Pull lever on right or left side, up under the seat. It can also be at the rear of the seat, right or left side, again up under the seat. Lift seat off up and to the rear. Sometimes it's hooked on both sides with a rod or cable connecting both sides. These can break. Make sure both are unhooking.
  • Same as above only you use a key.
  • Remove the two bolts on either side at the rear of the seat. Pull seat to rear.
  • Nuts or bolts, at the rear and below seat, under the rear fender Remove bolts holding down the rear seat . Remove seat and then remove two bolts, at the rear, holding the front seat on.
  • Unlock lever on side of seat. Seat then pivots on two hinges to open. Can open to the right or left. Might have no lock.
  • Push button on side. Left side, I haven't found a push button on the right side... yet ! Can be locked or unlocked with a key.
  • Pull lever at front of seat, right or left side. Seat lifts up with the hinge at the rear.
  • Pull lever at rear of seat, right or left side. Seat lifts up with hinge at front.
  • Pull lever at front of seat, right or left, and whole seat comes off. Seat has pegs underneath that fit into rubber grommets on the frame.
  • Dec 10, 2013 | Motorcycles

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    How to remove the rear seat


    Rear seats are fastened in many different ways. On most cars, the base part of the seat is held in place by a metal snap going into a hole. To remove, pull on the front of the seat. Some cars have a metal or plastic tab that has to be pulled, pushed, or moved to the side, while pulling on the front of the seat. Other cars, mainly German, use bolts or screws in the front to hold the base of the seat. Many American car seats (GM) have a hook that fits into a metal brace. To remove the bottom part of the seat push hard towards the back and then up. Most Hondas use a bolt (10MM) on the back part of the seat between the bottom part of the seat and the back support (towards the middle) that has to be removed. Then the seat can be pulled up from the back. Before you pull on a seat, try to analyze what is holding it. Most seats do not need a lot of force to be removed, they all have a trick.
    The back support on the rear seat is a bit more standard in the way it is fastened. At the top, there are 2, 3 or 4 pieces of metal that go into a hole. There are 2 or more bolts that hold the backrest at the bottom. Once you have removed the bottom part of the seat, take the screws or bolts out, and slide the back rest up and out. On a few cars you have to remove the rear deck and other side panels out first. If you can't figure it out, remove the panels in the other side of the backrest (trunk) and examine carefully how the seat is fastened.

    Hope this helps, good luck!

    Jul 27, 2010 | 2001 Kia Sephia

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    How too remove back seat in a 1995 Nissan Maxima


    Rear
    See Figures 3, 4, 5 and 6
    1. Remove the lower seat cushion by pulling straight up on the front portion and disengaging the clips. Then hinge the seat upward to release the rear clips.
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    Fig. 3: Pull up on the front of the lower seat cushion and disengage the clips
    1. Remove upper rear seat back-to-chassis bolts.
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    Fig. 4: Remove the bolts behind the center armrest ...

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    Fig. 5: ... and the bolts on the lower corners ...

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    Fig. 6: ... Then pull up on the seat to disengage the three clips on the top of the seat
    1. Remove rear seat back by tilting forward and pulling straight up.

    To install:
    1. Install the lower seat cushion and torque the lower rear seat-to-chassis bolts to 15-20 ft. lbs. (21-26 Nm).
    2. Install the upper rear seat back cushion and torque the upper rear seat back-to-chassis bolts to 15-20 ft. lbs. (21-26 Nm)

    Hope help with this (remember rated this).

    Jul 19, 2010 | 1995 Nissan Maxima

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    Remove rear seat impala2007


    To remove the rear seat, pull up on the front of the seat bottom, it should be hooked in place by spring type clips. After you get the front edge up, pull out the seat. This should expose the bolts/screws that hold the seat back in. Look below and there should be a couple of screws holding the seatback to the car body. Remove these and then you can pull the seat back out of the car.
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    Aug 29, 2009 | 2007 Chevrolet Impala LS Sedan New Cars

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    I have lost the key which is the only one which opens the bonnet on my 52 ford mondeo


    Take it to a lock smith and he can make a new key otherwise remove the back seat climb in and remove the c clip holding the lock on and remove the screw from the lock and pull out and take to the lock smith to get a new key made. To remove the rear seat pull the carpet away from the lower front of the carpet find two bolts one on each side and remove pull up on the seat and remove seat next find bolts to back of seat and remove lift up on the rear seat and pull out and away from the trunk then crawl inside to remove the lock,

    Jun 18, 2009 | 2003 Ford Focus

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    Remove seat and battery Yamaha tw-200


    There are two seat bolts under the seat that must be removed. Obviously, if the underside of the fender is covered in mud, you'll have to clean it first. A metric socket works best to remove the bolts.

    After removal of the seat bolts, lift the back of the seat, then pull straight back; a plastic flange on the front of the seat hooks under the tank, and so you have to pull it backwards to remove it.

    With the seat off, removing the battery is pretty easy. A rubber strap holds the battery down; unhook and remove it. Unscrew the lead wires and unhook them (negative first), then pull the battery out.

    Install a replacement battery by reversing these steps. Yamaha recommends charging a new battery before installing it.

    Mar 17, 2009 | 2001 Yamaha TW 200

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    Honda Accord brake light removal


    It's a lot of work for just cleaning.
    Fold the rear seat down and remove the two 12mm bolts on the bottom corners of the seat back, pull the seat out.
    Between the seat bottom and the carpet you will find two tabs you need to pull and then pull the seat bottom up and out of the car.
    Remove the two 10mm bolts securing the seat bolsters to the area the seat bottom was covering. Pull the seat bolsters up and out of the car.
    Pop the "C" pillar trim off of the car (above the parcel shelf and beside the rear glass) (side airbag vehicles have a slightly different procedure.)
    Pull up on the parcel shelf carefully and evenly. Remove clean and put everything back together.

    Aug 16, 2008 | 2005 Honda Accord

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    Removing Seats


    on the left and right side of the cloth seat there are white pegs. Starting with the rear pegs... the white peg towards the rear pulls straight out, pull hard. The one towards the front, slides forward and then pulls out.

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