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Removing rear seats from a 60/40 A4

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    Hi does anyone now a good guide for removing and replacing the rear seats from my Audi?
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    Ian
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    where the seats meet in the middle there is a plastic cover remove that then unscrew the torx head bolt and remove the metal clip the seats then lift in the middle and pull out away from the side of the car as in they are attatched nearest the doors with a metal pole type thing if u know what i mean
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    the bottom part which you sit on just pushes back a bit then lift it up
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    did u win my interior on ebay niknak
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    sure did Jase see ya tomorrow,looking forward to seeing these wheels up close as well!
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    nice 1 u want to put the seats in here
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    If the weather is ok yeah if you don't mind.
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    yeah no probs i changed mine last week so know how do it now after sussing out the easiest way
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    well ian has now got a new interior hope you are happy with it mate
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    jase

    Just got back, bloody hell what a journey, I have been down roads with grass growing out them, and across small streams so it's a good job i'm happy with them:icon_thumright:
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    lol sat navs eh at least it took you down the scenic route
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    Well the rears are in, just need a star drive big enough to remove the front seats.
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    nice 1 ian was it as easy as i said ?
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    Erm NO it didn't help not having a good old size 10 spanner to remove the anchor point! But I managed it with some loss of skin from my hands lol
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