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Usually don't have to remove the battery via the seat area. The battery should be accessible via the left side cover. Grab both sides of the side cover at the top. Pull out and down so that it will swing down. The battery is right behind that. Remove the battery restraining strap bolt at the bottom and swing up to unhook from the top. Pull out just enough to disconnect the cables from the + side of the battery (being careful not to touch the wrench or anything to the frame in the process). Move the leads you just disconnected clear of the battery and then slide out the battery just enough to be able to unscrew the leads from the - terminal. Then just slide the battery out the rest of the way.
If you have one of the screws that you are missing, you can take it to any hardware store to show them the size and it' should be pretty easy to buy replacements. If that is not an option, you can contact Disney and as well as the manual, you can ask for the screw size.
What you need to do is lower the glove box, push in on the sides of
glove box, flexable area the holds the lid from falling open to the floor.
let it swing down, and unhinge the lid from dash area, then remove the screws that hold the lid together and seperate from latch area, then remove the latch and replace, reverse the procedure
GOOD LUCK, RDJRP.
Best thing to do is go to the Auto Salvage and look for the same seat for you car. The years are interchangeable so you don't have to pick out a seat from a 8 year old car but from a car newer. As long as the seat is the same, it should fit and less work for you. Good luck and just take your time on searching for that perfect seat to replace your old one, or you can take it to a Automotive upholstery place and they can replace the worn out seat cushion.
Jack up and support on axle stand.
There should be two bolts holding the brake caliper on - usually on the inside.
Slacken both, but only remove the lower one.
The caliper should then be able to swing up pivoting on the top bolt.
You can remove this top bolt, but support the weight of the assembly with wire to the suspension spring - so as not to stress the brake hose.
Remove the brake pads, and clean the areas the pads seat on.
Push back the pistons. Some require a special tool, most make do with a wooden packer and suitable large lever - or G clamp.
Fit new pads. Pay particular attention to any fitting clips, springs, rods or pins that are needed.
With new pads in, swing down caliper into position. Fit new attatchment bolts or use a threadlock on fixings. & tighten.
Still with wheel off, depress brake pedal to activate brakes - & check for leaks and working.
With foot off brake, check hub turns with no problems.
Refit wheel and repeat for other side.