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I was looking at that the other day. My carpet had gotten wet and I was trying to take out the passenger seat so that I could lift up the carpet to see what was going on. I didn't have any problems with the bolts. The one that you are referring to in my truck is just a nut that you remove. The trouble I had was with the bolts holding the center seat to the passenger and driver seat. Anyway, I found that it would probably be easier to remove the entire front seat as an assembly (driver/passenger ¢er seat) rather than unbolting the seats individually. Like you said, it is a bear to get to the bolts. HTH
Last edited by doodlebug; 02-13-2009 at 11:19 PM..
(1) Move seat track to forward position.
(2) Hinge seat back forward.
(3) Remove nuts holding outboard and inboard tracks to floor.
(4) Move seat track to forward position.
(5) Remove bolt holding inboard seat track to bottom of center occupant seat.
(6) Remove bolts holding front of seat tracks to floor.
(7) Disengage power seat wire connector from body harness, if equipped
(8) Lift center occupant seat upward to clear rear attachment stud.
(9) Separate seat from vehicle.