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#1 (permalink) Old 05-05-2005, 10:34 AM
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How do you remove the fron seats and also the back seat - i need to run an amplifier cable through the car to the trunk/boot area.

The front seats aren't the electric type either.

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easy the front seats are held in by four bolts each. just unscrew them and lift out.
On the driver's side you will have to disconnect the seatbelt connector underneath the seat.

back seats are easy too. But it depends on whether or not you want to remove the entire seat or just the lower part. To remove the upper part of the seat is substantially more work. Look it up. Good luck.

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let me know how easy it is because im about to do the same with my wires. and is that the best way to run them?
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