Can you remove the seat on a 98 villager?
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Exactly , two small screws, if these are already out , you may have to kick the thing to get it to break free. roto hammer or impact driver. this thing turns out the screw when you hit it with a hammer. it may be your best friend civic rotors are attached by two small screws in the brake disk.... t…hese are most easily removed with a roto hammer (check the autoparts store) or your local tool truck, they will most likely have one (MORE)
Remove the 10mm bolt behind the bench near the seat belt fastening sight and then lift the seat up from the back to the front..towards the front seats. The clips are angled down and in so that the back has to lift up first.
Answer . Apply pressure (usually kneeling is the best and easiest) on the rear of the seat and pull the seat towards the front of the car.
Answer . First, remove the panel below the steering column. The are a few snap-in fasteners.\n. \nThen unscrew the two or three screws along the bottom edge of the plastic dash cover. Now, using a flat blade screwdriver, gently pry around the entire panel. There are are seven or eight clips …all around the panel.\n. \nWhen all is loose, put the car in low gear to get the shift lever out of the way. Also, if you have tilt steering, tilt the wheel down. It should then be easy to move the panel out.\n. \nAlso, before you pull it too far, disconnect the trunk release button from the back of the panel.\n. \nIf by dash, you mean the instrument cluster, you now have to unscrew the screws from the instrument cluster. If you have a column shift, you will have to disconnect the indicator panel (should be two screws) at the bottom of the cluster. The panel will tilt back towards you, and allow you to disconnect the wiring harness. With the gear shift lever down, the cluster should be relatively easy to remove. (MORE)
I have a 2000 Contour and there was a 19mm stud between the armrest and seat. It is hard to see and get the wrench on.
I removed the bench seat by removing the seat tracks...4 bolts on each side beneath the carpet. I just use the the 2 rear bucket seats now and take them out when I need the room for cargo. Saves about 150 lbs which gives better performance as well. You could also take the tracks to a machine or weld…ing shop and have them cut off the rear of the tracks where the stops prevents you from sliding the bench seat out. I thought of that but really haven't found the need for the 3rd seat, so I'm sticking to the former approach. ----- 1 - remove the middle row for easy access 2 - remove the 6 bolts attaching the seat to the sliding brackets 3 - remove bench seat from van. It is very heavy. To remove sliding brackets: 1 - remove trim piece by sliding door or cut away carpet 2 - remove captains chairs in the front seat 3 - unscrew the wiring harness and heater vent 4 - lift carpet & wiring harness while sliding the seat bracket off the track. 5 - repeat on other side 6 - reassemble everything. (MORE)
Answer . \nhave 97' with seat heaters when they go out just carry a heating pad with you you'll have better luck. Other wise " no hot butt"
Answer . Push lower end of rear seat back to unlock clips (takes a bit of effort). Lift bench out. Should be clips or bolts holding the top of the rear seat - release these. Push up on the upper section of seat to release top clips. Answer . Push lower end of rear seat back to unlock cli…ps (takes a bit of effort). Lift bench out. Should be clips or bolts holding the top of the rear seat - release these. Push up on the upper section of seat to release top clips (MORE)
To get rid of mildew, mix together water and rubbing alcohol andthen use mixture to scrub the seat. Then use a towel to dry theseat.
Answer . Don't bother trying to remove them unless you have a spare weekend to waste and a lot of patents!! You would be better advised to use an aqua vac or similar washing type machine. If you are interested you will need to remove the seats from the vehicle, strip the cushions from the s…eat frames, release the material from the foam padding then remove all of the small metal clips that secure the fabric to the padded cushions(approx 50/100 per seat). Once washed they will all have to be refitted and made to look like they have not been disturbed. (MORE)
Answer . \nLay down in the floor and flex your shoulder to the bottom area of the seat with a slightly upward motin to release the seat from the floor retainer
If your power seats are operable you usually can move it forward and backward to reveal the mounting nuts or bolts but disconnect the power plug from the seat last as this will give you help in getting to the mounting bolts or nuts which usually have little plastic trim covers over them that snap of…f. There should be 4 fasteners per seat (MORE)
First, bring the seat backs all the way forward (so they make a stool seats.) On each of the middle seat "Captain's chairs" there are two levers. There is one on each side of the seat at the hinge facing front. One is on the "outside" of the seat and the second lever is on the "inside" of the seat. …Release both levers preferably at the same time) and that will release the front hinges. The rear hinges do not have a release lever and can be "rocked" out of their postings for removal. (MORE)
On fixed seats remove the bolts at base of the seat back sidecushions and detach them.Remove the two bolts at the rear of the seat cushion and detach the cushion assembly.Remove the two bolts at the base and remove the seat back . On folding seats remove the two bolts at the front of the seat cushi…ons and detach the cushion assembly.Fold the seat backs forward remove the bolts and lift the assembly out (MORE)
Insert the ignition key in the lock located on the left side of the bike, just below the passenger portion of the seat. Turn the key while lifting up on the rear of the seat. After the rear of the seat comes up, pull the seat towards the rear of the bike and it is off. zeton500
look on the back of your 4 wheeler you will see the muffler on the left there will be a looped wire pull and then lift the seat at the same time
Why this is in the Sex category is the question. Back seat I assume. Most are held down with a hook. Stand outside in the door opening, push down on the front edge of the seat between where your knees would be and back on the bottom edge of the seat. Push back about 1/2 to 3/4 of an inch and lift up…. Do this on both sides. Some cars will have a bolt in the same place on the bottom edge on each side holding it seat in. (MORE)
tide is in dirt is out. cloth is cloth weather you wear it or sit on it
remove the trim plate around the heater control radio assembly take the three screws out of radio to dash brackets slide radio out and unplug it
Hi...I have a Ford Aerostar and the middle and rear seats are removable by lifting the catches at the rear base of the seats where they attach to the floor. There is one on each side, and you have to undo both catches at the same time from behind, and pivot the seat forward, then pull it back..and i…t will come out. Watch out though, as they seem to weigh a ton. If you are asking about removing the front seats...I have not done this, but I'm sure they unbolt from the floor....how else would they have been attached? Hope this helps. (MORE)
Remove the four bolts that secure the chair. Tilt the seat forward using a lever. Hold the chair from the back and remove it.
The seats in the early SL's are all manual. The only thing you need to address first are the seat belt warning light sensor cables underneath the seat. Just pull the connector apart. Then, slide the seat as far forward as you can. There are the seat tracks on each side of the seat, and yours might h…ave the plastic trim caps on the ends. Remove the caps...they just pop off. Then, inside the tracks, at each end, you should find a 13mm hex bolt. Take the two rear bolts off first, then the front. Wiggle and lift the seat straigh up...unless you're big and strong, you're going to need help lifting these seats out of the car. They're heavy, but movable. Watch out for the seat tracks...they might slide out, and make it more difficult to manipulate the seat's removal. Be careful when you remove the seat, not to damage the interior pieces. You might have to be patient in getting these seats out...you have to move them to that one, perfect spot...and then they just come right out. As long as your taking the seats out...you might want to re-lube the tracks...and tighten up whatever you see...you know...give your seats, frames and tracks a tune up. DM (MORE)
It's a triangular hole in the roof and a triangular tab on the visor shaft. You have to push the visor in and give it a 1/6th turn. there's a spring on the shaft, so it takes a fairly hefty push.
somewhere in the car :). on my seat toldedo 1999 the OBD key is hiding behing a small plastic cover, located in the storage space under the centre console ashtray, right at the back, prise the plastic cover and the OBD is underneath
The process of removing a 1998 Toyota Camry ignition switchrequires taking apart the steering column and lower dash, as wellas several of the under-dash relays. The ignition switch isconnected to the key cylinder and cabin wire harness. A faultyignition switch will prevent the car from starting.
pull forward on the small side handle wich looks like a wrench at the same time pull seat forward pop goes the weasel
The rear seat (3 person slider) is not designed to be removed by the end-user. However, this site has a good procedure from the shop manual for removing the rear bench seat. http://home.earthlink.net/~vqfaq/
\nRemoval of the rear or 3rd row seat from any year Villager is a matter of taking out six bolts. There are four bolts at the rear of the seat (two on each side) located at the bottom corners. On the front bottom corners, the bolts are hidden by plastic trim plugs which must be carefully removed to …gain access to the bolt heads. Once these are removed, lift straight up on the seat and have an assistant help with the final removal of the seat. IT IS HEAVY !!!! (MORE)
Insert the gas cap key in the lock under the tank and in front of the seat on the left side of the bike. Turn the key and lift up on the front of the seat. When reinstalling the seat, make sure the plastic tab on the back of it goes into the metal slot in front of the back seat, the push down on the… front of the seat to close it in place. (MORE)
First Slide the seat forward Remove two black covers Remove two bolts Now slide seat back tilt the entire seat forward disconnect weight sensor on the bottom now pull back and up and the seat will lift fre
With the seat folded flat, standing at the back of the vehicle, pull on the large u-shaped handle that it pointing toward the rear. The whole seat should dislodge.
\nYes. There are four bolts at the rear or the seat (two on each side) that fasten the seat to the floor slides. There are also two bolts (one on each side) which fasten the seat to the floor slides. To gain access to the front bolts, locate and remove the plastic plugs in the trim panel. Now, find …a buddy to help remove the seat from the car. It is heavy and awkward. (MORE)
\nOn the right side of the center console, near the shifter, you'll see a red, square button. That will undo the locking mechanisms allowing you, and another person, to lift the top up and back. Don't forget to unplug the electrical connection on the driver's door jamb (rear window defogger). Wh…en you want to have the soft top, hit the same button....in under 15 seconds, the top will secure itself in the up position. (MORE)
To remove the seats in the Mercury Villager you first need to pullthe side lever and push the seat forward. Next, pull the releasestrap. Lift the back of the seat until the seat clears the latch.Pull rearward and remove from the vehicle.
Put the seatback down. It will lock in place. There is a small bar a couple of feet long at the back of the seat. Lift up on it and pull the seat toward the rear of the truck. That's it. It is fairly heavy though.
Torx are almost never used on calipers . I think you will find a 7mm Allen key is needed for that year Mercury. Hard to see as it is covered by a rubber cup.
You need to be seated behind the front seat, move the adjustment leaver to move the seat forward in upwards position, and slide forward. For the back seat lift the bottom seat out, and you'll find two bolts holding the back rest in place. Undo them and your sorted.
Seats are held in by 4 bolts, one on each corner. Use a socket set with a breaker bar for more leverage, they are held in tightly for safety reasons. If the bolts are lost or damaged, replace them with OEM bolts from the dealership. They are of a specific grade/strength to endure possible accidents.… (MORE)
The rear seat does not come out. The middle seat is removable, after which you can slide the rear one up.
It depends, the newer model i don'tknow about,the older one it doesn't exist which is rubbish to be honest.
there should be 4 bolts that hold the seat to the floor. just remove them and if it has power seat dont forget to unplug them.
i have a 2006 impala and you have to pul the two plug at the bottom of the seat to remove the bottom part.one of my lach plastic things are missing.where can i find one?
The rear seat is not intended to be removed. You can remove the center seat and slide the rear on forward into it's place.
You will have to remove the instrument cluster. This may be an LED that should never have failed.
Slide seat back as far as it will go.Look under the middle of the front of the seat and you will find a acorn nut and bolt ,remove same.Lift/raise the seat slide handle up and push the seat back off the center slider. Note there is a spring loaded pin up front that will release the seat fully and th…en lift the sucker out (MORE)
You can not remove the third seat. You can remove the second seat and slide the third seat into it's position to get more room in the back. You can also put the third seat in the upright position and move it all the way to the front for more cargo room.
The rear seat is not designed to be removed. You can remove the center seat and slide the rear seat forward.
On some cars, and some motorcycles, the battery is under a seat. Where this occurs, yes, the seat must be removed to service or replace the battery.
The rear seat isn't designed to be removed. If you have a center bench seat you can remove that by unclipping it, then slide the rear seat forward.
\n. Use an 1 7/16" open end wrench (an 1 1/2" will also work) and turn the nut counterclockwise to loosen it. You may need to hold the pulley from turning.