What other cars back seat will fit in a 71 nova?
68 to 74 Chevrolet Nova (Chevy II).
72 to 74 Pontiac Ventura II.
72 to 74 Oldsmobile Omega.
72 to 74 Buick Apollo.
2 door or 4 door to match your car.
Many different cars come with seat heaters. Some of the cars with seat heaters are Mercedes, Volvo, BMW, Toyota, Nissan and many other types of luxury cars. Read More
There should be a lever at the front of the seat just under your legs. This will allow you to move the seat forward or back. On cars that have reclining seats the control for reclining is on the door side of the seat where the back rest meets the seat bottom. Read More
Push on the bottom of the bench seat to release the clips (have to push hard) Lift bench out You will see either clips or bolts holding the rear of the seat Release these and lift rear of seat up to release upper clips to remove seat back Read More
In the master cylinder, If you are sitting in the drivers seat it should be in the lower left corner of under the hood Move down the two silver brackets and pull off the lid the front section is for the two front tires the back section is for the back two tires. Read More
Either drill lock out or try removing rear seat back for access Read More
Well in my 68 you lift slightly on the front of the seat and push back there is a clip it sits in underneath and u have to push back till u can raise it up. The back cushion is same principle. Assuming for bench seat. Read More
Any rear seat out of 1968-72 Nova's, no the camaro rear seat will not fit they are different sizes. Just throw that in there because most people think because the two cars share major components that these also are interchangeable when they are not. Read More
You have to get back there, and push the bottom cushion in, and then up. This is not an exact science, so you will have work with it. Once the botton is out, just lift the back up, and it will unhook. Read More
As immobilized as possible to prevent worsening the injury. four handed seat none of the above ~nova net~ Read More
My unexperience advice (with a Cressida) is to take out the back seat and see if you can free it by getting in the trunk from that angle. I have done it on other cars successfully. Read More
Look for a car with adjustable lumbar support in the seat back. You will find that luxury cars normally have the best seats. Go try some out and see for yourself. Read More
like most cars there are 2 clips on the pottem of the seat and once they are uncliped the seat comes out no problem and for the back rest ist just a matter of un bolting the hindges of the flip down seats Read More
window between cab driver and people in the back seat Read More
You may not ride in the front seat of a car till you are 13 or older and must be over 85 pounds but this does not apply to cars without a back seat. Read More
Small sports cars (like Nissan 300Z) use this terminology to refer to the option of a back seat- 2 (front seat occupancy) + 2 (rear seat occupancy). Read More
Well, back seats or rear seats is about it. In sports cars, that are classed as 2 + 2, meaning the rear seats are only small or fit for children, they are sometimes called occasional seats. Some old cars, used to have a seat which appeared when the boot lid was opened. These were accessed by striding over the rear seats, or standing on the back wheel. In England, this type was called a "Dickie"… Read More
On most cars I have worked with, to remove the rear seat back, you must first remove the rear seat bottom. This is almost always done just by pulling upward on the front edge of the seat bottom. Once that is out, there should be two or four bolts holding the seat back in place along the bottom. After removing those bolts the seat back should slide up and be free. Read More
Kids 12 and under should always be in the back seat. Most cars have front seat air bags, and these can hurt small children if the bags inflate during a crash or sudden stop. The safest place in the car for children is always in the back seat...Transport Canada Read More
Push straight back and down. It will disengage from its retaining clips and pop right out. =========== Actually, you push back and up. Not down. =========== Good grief... seriously? Actually, you push back and lift up. Not push. Get a life. Read More
as many as you can fit in the car actually no however many seats there are minus the driver. No cutting people up!! one in front seat passenger side of the vehicle and one in the back seat of the motor vehicle. In the state of Texas THIS LAW DOES NOT INCLUDE CARS WITH MULTIPLE BACK SEATS Read More
The back seat, the part you sit on is easy to pull out. You grab it in the back, pushing your hand down in the crevice between the top back and bottom back seat, then you push down and pull forward on the bottom seat. The back seat will "pop" out of the hook and latch system that is holding it in, then pull it out, to put it back in you do the same… Read More
It was the first modern seat belt that was put in cars by Volvo in 1959-1960 Read More
Push the control on the outboard side of the seat cushion ( to turn the heated seat on or off ) It's in the center of the other controls for the power seat , manual adjustment for the seat back support , seat back tilt Read More
What is the lever under the driver seat of 92 Cabriolet that is not the one to move the seat back and forth?
There are two levers under the driver's seat of the 1992 Cabriolet. One lever moves the seat back and forth and the other offers a tilt option. Read More
Engine , sterring wheel , oil , seats , seat belts and a lot of other parts are the necessities of a car . Read More
There should be seat belt mounting points on the floor under the back seat. Read More
Most newer cars have multiple seat adjustments. I've found that the lumbar helps. It's a bar that bends into the small of your back or can bend back into the seat so you don't feel it. It could also be your steering wheel adjustment is off, forcing you to sit a certain way. If that doesn't work, try a small pillow or special seat cover. Read More
push and pull on it, its pressed in by hand, so just push it back and up(foward) and keep doing it till free Read More
The bench of the back seat, actually pops out. You can grab the front of the seat and pull up. For the back of the seat, you will have to remove two nuts holding the seat belts and two bolts holding the lower seat back. These will be visible once the bench is taken out. After removing the two bolts and two nuts, pull the lower part of the seat back (toward the front of… Read More
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… Read More
In many of the larger GM cars like the Bonneville, the battery is located under the back seat cushion. Need to take out the seat cushion and you will see it mounted in the middle... Read More
where are the holes located in the roof of a 1972 chevy nova for seat belt installation Read More
It is a legal requirement in most (if not all) countries that a person seated in the back-seat of a car or other vehicle wears a seatbelt at all times. This is to insure maximum safety for the occupants of the vehicle. Read More
A Checker Marathon had tremendous leg room. They can seat 8 people! (driver included) They had the front seats, then 2 jump seat in the middle and then the back seat. Very big nice cars. That's why I have one. Read More
There should be a lever on the bottom of the back seat. It is located on the lower corner of the back seat, and it allows the back seat to come out in one piece. Read More
A "Dickey Seat" is better known as a "Rumble Seat". In dictionaries from the 1800's, the word "Rumble" was defined as "A seat for servants at the rear of a carriage". This is where the idea and origin of a Dickey/Rumble seat in early cars came from, the rear (and very uncomfortable) seats that were on the back of carriages in the 1800's, designed for your servants. Read More
check out the online repair manual for your car at autozone.com its free and it helped me find all the fasiners for the plactic bumper cover for my 1979 mustang when I was getting it ready for paint Most American cars remove the back seat by simply pushing the seat toward the back of the car and pulling up at the same time (the seat part). You can then get to the bolts that hold… Read More
of the 6191 bench seat cars or 124 of the bucket seat cars. Sprints included Read More
Cars should have doors and seat belts for safety features. Other safety features include: airbags, safety locks and anti-lock brakes. Read More
The battery is under the back seat, at the front of the seat are two clips lift these and the whole back seat will lift out and you will find the battery there. The battery is under the back seat, at the front of the seat are two clips lift these and the whole back seat will lift out and you will find the battery there. The battery is under the back seat, at the… Read More
this is a very ovious awnser, the seat is heated it you turn it on Read More
In several states of the US, children of or below a certain age must (or should be, if possible) in the back seat of a car or vehicle: California: Children 5 and under, or less than 60 pounds weight, must be in the back seat (no exceptions). Delaware: Children 11 and under and 65 inches or less tall must be in the backseat if the passenger airbag is active (if unactive, then they may use… Read More