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Old 14-11-16, 06:48 PM   #1
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Ok this is going to sound a bit simple but it's doing my head in. I have a 51 plate partner van. Just got it and the previous owner was a bit of a dirty so and so. I want to remove the front seats but it's causing a headache. On the drivers side I have got the 2 bolts at back. The Front bolt at drivers door and undone the airbag but I can't find the last bolt. And how the bloody hell does the passenger seat come out. Help me please
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Old 14-11-16, 06:57 PM   #2
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Cant you split the seat from the base? At least you can still clean in and round the base. Slide fully back and look between the runner on each side you should see a bolt. Undo and slide forward and take the two back ones out.

I am assuming the partner seats are like most other car/van seats
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Old 14-11-16, 07:06 PM   #3
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The passenger seat folds flat to double as a tray. Then flips forward so can get access there. But I have ocd and I know there will be dirt there which will drive me nuts. So for my own sanity I want them out so I can sort it properly.
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The passenger seat folds flat to double as a tray. Then flips forward so can get access there. But I have ocd and I know there will be dirt there which will drive me nuts. So for my own sanity I want them out so I can sort it properly.
Lol fair enough. You would have hated a car i had. Got an MOT fail escort 1.8D for 50 quid. 200 to pass an MOT but i had seen cleaner cars in a scrap yard. Ran that for a year with previous owners crap and mine kicking about inside. Never washed it once. It was ment to be a run around to take the dogs out in but ended up is out everyday car.

Yip. mining

Good luck with the cleaning
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Old 15-11-16, 10:51 AM   #5
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It was bought as a present. Beginning to wish I got socks lol. Still can't find this last bolt on drivers seat. Can't bear to get in and have a proper look as its really dirty lol
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Old 23-11-16, 06:33 PM   #6
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Could it be on the underside of the car? Sometimes they put one under the car for some bizarre reason.
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whats the last 8 of your vin number i will have a look on service box for you
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Old 23-11-16, 07:10 PM   #8
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Thanks for all the replies. Found the stupid bolt. It was on the runner but in someone's wisdom they put metal over it so it looked like a solid bar. So now 2 seats out. Let the cleaning commence
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