Rear seat removal

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Model: C3 2002-2005, Original shape model
Year: 2002 (02)
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Hi All,
Does anybody know how to take the rear seats out of a 2002 5Dr C3.

Thanks Chris
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Hi Chris, welcome to the forum.
Does anybody know how to take the rear seats out of a 2002 5Dr C3.
What job have you got got planned?

anyway,

The lower seat cushion is held on by a couple of bolts at the front of the seat, maybe behind plastic caps. Remove the fixings and slide the cushion out.

The back of the seat is a bit more involved. But its a case of removing the boot carpet to get a better view of the fixings. Tipping the seats fully forward will reveal some fixing to remove. There may be some fiddly fixings on the sides that need manipulating to remove, but with the lower seat out it should be easier to see what needs unscrewing.

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