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Not knowing if you car is a sedan, a van etc..... If it is a sedan, there are two different solutions. Solution #1: Look near the junction where the bottom of the seat meets the vehicle base and on each side, you will find a hex bolt. Remove these 2 bolts and setr aside. Grab the bottom of the seat and lift. It should come out easy. Solution #2: If there are no hex bolts, crouch in front of back seat in the foot well, one side at a time. Use the side of your upper leg and push against the seat towards the back. It should unlatch one side. Repeat for the other side. The seat will lift easily for removal. Reverse the process for installation of seat. Good luck. Sorry, you did not post what kind of vehicle you have!!!
Do you feel it at slow speed, like in the parking lot? If so, its a tire or wheel issue. At slow speed if the steering wheel wobbles, its in the front, if you feel it in your ****, its the rear. If its at high speed 40-50 it may be a balnce issue, have a shop that does a lot of tire work check it, stay out of chain stores. This should not be hard to find.