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Guys,

I found a great deal on a leather rear seat for the Sable. I was wondering if its a pain to take out the old seat and installing the new one in its place? I have fold down seats and I think this one I am getting is similar.

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My rear seat is out right now To remove the lower cushion, put the front seats all the way forward to give yourself some room, use your knee and push down and back on the center of the lower seat to release the front hooks. You will need to give it a pretty good shove. Once it's off the hooks it will lift right out. Put down the rear seat backs. There are four bolts, two at the top and two at the bottom, to remove. Put the seat backs back up then lift the entire assembly up and off the hooks at the top. Now you can lift it out.


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Are these the bolts?

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yep. just take those out and lift up and the hole back of the seat will come off.

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Like he said Note that the uppers and the lowers are different sizes.


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Thanks for pointing that out.

It always helps with pics, I have to take the seat out myself so I wanted to make sure I had it right.

Hopefully they aren't messed up, I haven't seen them yet.

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How do you get the back self out to get to the top of the shock tower?
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