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      07-22-2014, 11:50 AM   #1
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Rear Seatbelt Removal?

Anyone know how to remove the rest seatbelts? Thanks
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      07-22-2014, 12:14 PM   #2
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Yes remove enough of the back seat and trim to get to the mounts.
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How do you remove the trim?
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How do you remove the trim?
Don't recall it's been several years I have e46 track car now.
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Seat belt "receptor" is located under the lower seat cushion. Simply unbolt using torx connector.

The latch and belt portion is behind the upper side bolsters. You simply pull on the top portion. Its going to feel like you are breaking them but it is connected using a plastic piece that slides into a cutout in the metal portion of the cars frame. If you apply consistent pressure while being gentle it should pop out. The first time will seem like you are breaking it but once you see how its connected you will realize what i am saying... The lower portion of the side bolster is held in with a "pin" that slides into a small hole at the bottom of the bolster. If you pull out the top first the bottom "pin" just slides out of the "hole"
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Thanks. Will try it out later tonight.
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