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I need to know how to take the following out:

Clip part of the seat belt

The actual rear seat belt (how do i get at the inertia reel?, yank out the trim piece or take out the whole C pillar?)

please let me know, i KNOW someone out there has done this b4.

Edited by DeAd-EyE

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also, if i drill out the rear seat brackets like this guy did, is it possible to weld them back in?

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1. Remove side-panel lining

2. Remove C-pillar

3. Remove automatic belt device (image 1)

Unscrew fastening screw 1 from the deflector 2. Unscrew fastening screw 3 from the automatic belt device 4.

4. Remove seat belt and fitting (image 2)

Press out the covering cap 5 with a screwdriver. Unscrew fastening screw 6. Remove the seat belt with fitting 7 and spacer sleeve 8.

5. Remove seat cushion (image 3)

Pull the seat cushion 9 upwards and out.

7. Remove belt buckle

Press out the cover 10 with a plastic spatula. Unscrew the fastening screw 11 from the metal clip 12 and the belt buckle 13.

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thanks a lot loren.

i gotta update my manual set.

in order to properly remove the C pillar you have to take out the a and b right?

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