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Old 18 Mar 2008, 01:39 pm
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Default How do I Remove Front Pass. Seat

I would like to remove the front passenger seat in my '07. Someone tell me how? Thanks
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Old 18 Mar 2008, 09:46 pm
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I believe there are 2 bolts on the left and right side of the seats (holding it to the track bar) and 2 behind the seat to take out the bottom cushion part.
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Thanks, I should have made myself clearer. Is there a way to slide the whole unit off the runners? Like we used to do with VW bugs.
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Default Re: How do I Remove Front Pass. Seat

Just to keep things clear(ish): only the REAR seats are removeable/replaceable; the front passenger seat-back merely folds flat, THE FRONT SEAT DOES NOT COME OUT! And if you DO insist on trying to taking it out, just remember that's a somewhat-permanent change, as the seat is not designed to remove/replace like the rear seats.
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Default Re: How do I Remove Front Pass. Seat

Did we all know the rear passenger seats have wheels on them?!

I thought that was amazing when I took them out one time, heh.
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Old 06 Feb 2015, 03:19 am
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Default Re: How do I Remove Front Pass. Seat

I know this thread is old but i came across this that might for people lookinghttp://www.mrmikes.com/ptinstallseats.htm

Last edited by adamg; 06 Feb 2015 at 12:05 pm. Reason: to correct link
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Default Re: How do I Remove Front Pass. Seat

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I know this thread is old but i came across this that might for people lookinghttp://http://www.mrmikes.com/ptinstallseats.htm
Your link does not work

This one will;

PT Cruiser Seats Install

I used to make the seat adjusters used in a lot of different cars so I know they can be removed. I did not know the seat and adjuster did not come out as a unit though.
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Old 06 Feb 2015, 12:06 pm
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Default Re: How do I Remove Front Pass. Seat

thanks, fixed the link above, wrote that reply on my ipad. I was looking at some nice black leather seats in a pt at the scrap yard and considering swapping them over but wasn't sure about airbags/wires etc..
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