Re: How do I get the rear seats....

John turned on the Etch-A-Sketch and wrote:


alt.autos.gm - xposted for you.

LOL!
Is that the 5.7L impala? I love that car. What a kick to drive.
Would the bolts be under the floorpan?
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On Fri, 27 Jun 2008 20:29:04 -0700, PerfectReign

Hmmmm...didn't think to check under the pan. The crafty Canadians who build this thing might have hidden them there. No, this thing has the 3.4L in it...but it has 200,000 miles on it and runs great. I plan to drive it till the wheels fall off.
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I don't remember which car it was I owned that did this, but one year the rear bench seat was 'hooked' in. To get it out, you had to press 'down' on the front edge of the seat, then while still pressing 'down', you pressed 'back'. It would move about a half inch or so, then you let it 'up'. At that point it would just lift out. Once you understood the trick of it, it was pretty easy to get in and out pretty quickly. The seat backs were hooked at the top and bolted at the bottom in the seat pan.
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