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Old 03-19-2012, 11:32 PM
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Question How To Remove The Rear Seat of a 2012 F-350

Trying to remove the rear seat from a 2012 F-350 Crew Cab Lariat with factory sub. I removed the 3x bolts from the front and the 3x nuts from the rear all at the floor level. I also removed the center seat belt as well. But for what ever reason it still acts like there is something still hooked up in the center rear area. I cant see any more bolts or nuts. Anyone know how to get this seat out?
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Old 03-20-2012, 06:33 AM
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There's a bolt or 2 (torx) on the floor at the break in the rear seat (where the 2 seats meet the 1). I think it may have been where the rear sub was, can't remember since I took my sub out a while ago.

It's real floppy at the seat joint when you get it out so make sure you have someone around to help.
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The rear seat backs are latched to the back wall. Raise the seats up, that gives you more clearance behind the seat, also helps to remove the headrests. Theres a small pin, if I'm not mistaken you pull up on, that releases the latch. One behind each headrest.
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There's a bolt or 2 (torx) on the floor at the break in the rear seat (where the 2 seats meet the 1). I think it may have been where the rear sub was, can't remember since I took my sub out a while ago.

It's real floppy at the seat joint when you get it out so make sure you have someone around to help.
UGH!!! I dont see the dag blamed thing!
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I'm sure you already checked but the seat belts aren't holding it up or anything right?
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No the seatbelts are not affecting it. Its almost like there is a bolt still holding it to the floor at the rear of the center braket. I have tried again and still unsuccessful...
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I tried looking on the parts diagrams for the rear seat but it's too difficult to see in the pics. Did you remove the storage bins? It makes it easier to work on.

I'd take a pic of mine but my speaker box blocks the middle/right side of the rear seat. I might be able to get one from the left side, will check it out when I leave for work.
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I tried looking on the parts diagrams for the rear seat but it's too difficult to see in the pics. Did you remove the storage bins? It makes it easier to work on.

I'd take a pic of mine but my speaker box blocks the middle/right side of the rear seat. I might be able to get one from the left side, will check it out when I leave for work.
Ya, I removed the storage bin and also removed 3 bolts and 3 nuts and still cant get it out. I can rebuild a motor from the pan up and yet I cant remove a seat.... lol
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