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Contact Jett's beeper manufacturers customer enquiries, they should be able to tell you who your local spare parts distributors are. I have changed similar material seats before and they usually just clip into place on the underside of the frame.Its a simple job
Do not just pull the pegs as I have previously read, you have to unbuckle the other buckles then start with one side and twist the seat until the peg is returned and released from its slot..... P.S I know that my response is late but I would hope that it will help someone because I had a hard time figuring this out!
ok thats your fabric softner dispenser....the flat round disk shape peice goes in first push it rite in agitator until it is seated firm..the other two peices go together snap the bowl shape piece over the cup shape piece..and snap the hold thing ontop the agatator...good luck
Remove the plastic ring by pushing each tab inward and pulling the top piece of the ring up. Find the buttonhole on the back of the seat and put it over the little knob. Then work the fabric around the outside of the ring, tucking it on the inside of the plastic tabs, all the way around. Then, with the talles tab at the back where the buttonhole is, line up the top half and pop it back on. The fit is very tight and the fabric will be held in place by the ring.
go to your local retail store and find a baby walker just like the one that you have and explain your situation and ask for a copy of the manual. in the manuel, find and warrenty with the company and reapair/parts number and they will help you
The best thing to do is to purchase a Haynes manual for the Toyota Previa. But to access the spark plug wires and spark plugs you will need to remove the passenger front seat. This requires taking out four bolts on the four corners of the seat. After the seat is removed you need to remove the outside seat support and the jack and jack handle that is located under the seat. Next remove the bolt from the seat belt/shoulder harness. Romove the screws from the side of the carpet keeper strip along the bottom of the door. carefully, using a flat blade screwdriver, pry the plastic carpet strip up carefully disengaging it from the rear strip. Unhook the carpet from the edge of the doorway. Pull the carpet back enough to expose the bolts holding the cover over the engine. Remove all the bolts holding the cover over the engine. This will expose the engine head. remove the three bots holding the black plastic cover over the spark plug wires. This wires can be removed allowing access to the plugs. Be aware these engines use only platinum tipped spark plugs. Good Luck
What seems to be a sewn-up loop, is actually easy to unattach, but the trick is not explained in the manual.
Where the end of the strap seems to be holding to the seat's plastic shell, the plastic is not completely connected, there is a break in the plastic. Just move the strap left/right a bit and you will see that you can unattach it there. Then you can unthread the loose end of the strap and completely remove the cover.
Credits for this go to my wife who figured it out after I already thought we should return the seat to the shop. :p