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Old 01-09-2008, 02:33 PM   #1
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i have a 99 gsr and i cant figure out how to get the reat seat out. i got the lower section that the belts slip through but cant get the folding seats out btw i havent taken any panels from the rear out yet. please help ASAP wanna get it done tonight!!
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Don't panic.

Fold the seat backs down.

Now, get yourself a pair of pliers and look on the driver seat back - at the pivot point where it meets the side of the car. You will see a little clip around the bar the seat back attaches to. Use those pliers and pull it off.

Now you should be able to grab the seat and just pull it toward the center while lifting the edge up. It will pull right out. Then do the same with the other seat.

Once those are out, there is a single 10mm bolt holding the bottom half of the seats in place.


EDIT - removed side panel removal instructions. Had my stuff backwards a bit. The seats have to come out to get those off. LOL


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It just takes a few minutes to remove. You don't need to remove any panels to remove the rear seats.

http://www.team-integra.net/se...D=170
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you don't need to take the pannels off, all you have to do is fold the top part down, on hte sides there is a plastic lip that you can easily remove with a pair of pliers slide the back part towards teh center and pull up and do the same with the other side. The bottom is held on with a bolt.
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got it out took literally 2 minutes with a buddy thanks for the help and letting you know the back is gutted completely WOOHOO!!! im gonna clean it all up tomorrow

thanks again,
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