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How do you remove front seat 85 cabirolet?
September 30, 2009 5:25PM
In every car I've ever been in there are bolts up through the floor board, with nuts securing the seat to the body...
It's pretty simple...
Loosen the nuts till they come off.
Take the seat out.
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