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I need to replace the foam bottom pad in the driver’s side seat in my 02 Cab. I looked under and as it is heated-memory, there’s a daunting array of wiring and connectors. I saw the two nylon clips that attach the front of the pad to its rails and wonder if these are released, can the pad be removed without taking the whole seat out of the car? Any advice would be much appreciated.

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Yes.  Pull the pins down and the clips will open.  Move them slightly out of the way and you can lift the seat bottom up.  Careful, there are some wires attached to the seat bottom that need to be detached before lifting and moving the seat bottom forward and out.  Best to get the seat in a position to do this,  and move the steering wheel all the way in to make more room.  It is also a good idea to disconnect the battery before doing this since the seat pad affects the airbag system and seat belt system.  Take a picture of the wiring harness and connectors before disconnecting them.

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