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Old 05-06-2008, 06:56 PM
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Default 03 Rear seat removal

This is my first post on this forum however I am very familiar with other forums I use for my owncar.

My parents have a 03 Camry and are going to be helping me move I am looking to take out their back seat to allow for a large TV. I am wondering if the seat comes out easily or at all. I am referring to the part you actually sit on and would need to put it back in. I had a 04 Altima which had a lower part of the back seat that came out with a pull of two clips.


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Old 05-06-2008, 11:42 PM
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Default RE: 03 Rear seat removal

There are 2 push-in type clips under the seat. The are located on each side of the seat, in center of where one would normally sit but close to the front edge of the seat. Place you hands under the seat on each side of the clip then pull up to disengage the clip.

Once both clips are disengaged, pull forward on the seat to remove.

To install the seat, reverse the order.
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