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Old 12-22-2011, 01:14 PM   #1
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How to remove FRONT seats?

2000 TJ two-door.. Thanks! Pics wouldbe great if you can

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Old 12-22-2011, 01:18 PM   #2
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pull up your carpet and find the bottom of the 'legs', 3 will be bolts, (can't remember size) and the 4th is a torx head. Why, I don't know-it's a pain in the a$$.
Find the seatbelt 'wiring' and disconnect it-should be a connection right there.
Then just lift the seat out. It's very easy-done it a few times. Might help to give all the bolts a good 'rap' with a hammer to break the loctite the factory uses but I didn't have to-they came right out on my 03 TJ.

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pull up your carpet and find the bottom of the 'legs', 3 will be bolts, (can't remember size) and the 4th is a torx head. Why, I don't know-it's a pain in the a$$.
Find the seatbelt 'wiring' and disconnect it-should be a connection right there.
Then just lift the seat out. It's very easy-done it a few times. Might help to give all the bolts a good 'rap' with a hammer to break the loctite the factory uses but I didn't have to-they came right out on my 03 TJ.
Alright I'll go try it now. I'll post pics if I'm havin trouble. Don't leave haha!
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Gotta love rusted bolts!
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Whats this plug for?
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Sorry-been out in the shop not on the computer. That's the wiring for the seatbelt system-makes the bing-bing-bing if you don't buckle up.
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Old 12-22-2011, 02:16 PM   #7
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Gotcha. Is it chill (since the jeeps bedlined) if i hose it down? Any electrical things I have to watch?
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Old 12-23-2011, 08:06 AM   #8
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You're probably already done with it...but there is nothing wrong with hosing it down and cleaning it out. Just don't spray on the dash, stereo, etc.! Nothing electrical on the tub or floor that you are going to screw up. Pull out your rubber floor plugs to drain it. just don't forget to put them back in!

Merry Christmas!
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You're probably already done with it...but there is nothing wrong with hosing it down and cleaning it out. Just don't spray on the dash, stereo, etc.! Nothing electrical on the tub or floor that you are going to screw up. Pull out your rubber floor plugs to drain it. just don't forget to put them back in!

Merry Christmas!
Yup already did! Thanks though, Merry Christmas to ya too!

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