Hello, recently I accidentally locked my keys in the trunk. What I did was more an act of rage than a calculated approach. The back seat is held in place by metallic wire loops that fit into the car body at the headrest area. simply grab a hold of the seat material at the top most portion where it meets the car pillar. Gently fannagle the seat backing away from the hoop and repeat on the other side. once you got all the top hoops disengaged just check to see if theres anything holding it in at the sides before you tug up on the seat. If you get too ambitious with the thing your seat will not go back to the way it used to sit and will probably never look the same; kinda like what mine is doing right now. Hope it helps :) RC
To remove the back seat from most GM vehicles, Lift the front of the seat section then pull the seat forward. After the seat bottom is removed, there should be a couple bolts holding the bottom of the seat back into place. After removing those bolts you should be able to lift the seat straight up and remove it.
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