You don't say what year, but all the ones I'm familiar with require removal
of the seatback first. This will expose the center bolt at the back of the
cushion, removal of which will allow the cushion to pivot up and forwards
DO NOT pry upwards on the front of the seat cushion!! You will wreck the
wire hooks that hold the seat cushion in place!
Here are photos of when I removed mine last summer:
Photo 24 shows the center bolt.
Sorry,it's 94 GSR.
Had another theft attempt yesterday at 3 PM(afternoon!) at my apartment,I'm
going to add a fuel cutoff switch. They tried to go into the wheelwell to
pull the hood release cable,but I had already rerouted it and installed a
shield on the hood latch. The alarm went off and they fled when I came out.
They were lurking around in March,too,and fled before I could get their
This is twice that my alarm has saved my car.
They don't seem to be worried about the alarm going off,they wait until
they see somebody responding before fleeing.
A waitress I know had her 01 GSR stripped a few months ago and that's what
prompted me to do the hood latch mods;they reached up under the front
bumper ahd hooked the hood release cable with a coathanger and popped the
lid,cut her alarm wires,then took her CAI,front seats,and stereo stuff.She
was lucky,I guess,that they didn't take the whole car,and pull the motor
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