Special Tools Required
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Use the appropriate tool from the KTC trim tool set to avoid damage when removing components.
Take care not to tear or damage the seat covers.
Put on gloves to protect your hands.
The left rear seat is shown, the right rear seat is similar.
Remove the rear seat assembly.
Remove the head restraints.
Remove the screw, then remove the recline upper cover (A).
Remove the center cover (A).
Release the upper hooks (B) of the cover with the appropriate trim tool.
Release the lower hook (C) of the cover, then remove the center cover.
Left rear seat
Right rear seat
Remove the bolts and nut, then separate the rear seat-back (A) and the rear seat cushion (B).
If necessary, remove the bushing (C) and the pivot washer (D).
Reassemble the seat-back and seat cushion in the reverse order of disassembly, and note these items:
Apply multipurpose grease to the moving portions of the recline adjusters.
If the bushings or pivot washers are damaged or stress-whitened, replace them with new ones.
Make sure the bushings and the pivot washers are installed correctly.
When installing the center cover, insert the upper portion (A) of the cover into the seat cushion cover (B) securely.
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