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Old 02-16-2008, 09:28 PM
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How do you remove rear seats?

I have a 2004 Lariat SuperCrew with leather seats. What's the trick to getting the back seat out? I want to run some wiring into the bed from the cab. I assume the back unclips from the frame but I can't figure out how. Unbolting the seats from the floor doesn't look promising.
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I have a 2004 Lariat SuperCrew with leather seats. What's the trick to getting the back seat out? I want to run some wiring into the bed from the cab. I assume the back unclips from the frame but I can't figure out how. Unbolting the seats from the floor doesn't look promising.
Use the search function. This topic has been discussed multiple times. Its there, use it
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Old 02-16-2008, 10:00 PM
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Here you go. Make sure you remove the thin wide clip. I fought with it forever thinking it was the thick narrow clip on the back.

http://www.ford-trucks.com/article/i...2006_F150.html
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Also make sure you have someone pushing down on the backseat while you're reaching around to unclip it. If you do this the seat will almost unclip itself and you'll have that backseat out of there in a matter of minutes.
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i did mine this weekend. It took forever, until i tried one final trick i saw on here. put your screw driver right over the bar in the seat you put your back to. press it in hard and pull like crazy on the very edge of the seat, pull upwards. it should pop right off. once i did this trick, the back seat came out in 10 seconds.
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Also make sure you have someone pushing down on the backseat while you're reaching around to unclip it. If you do this the seat will almost unclip itself and you'll have that backseat out of there in a matter of minutes.
I agree with this post! Also dont forget to use the screw driver to move the clip as your pushing the seat downward.
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