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VY removing the rear seat squab

pwarren3030

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I have a 2002 VY Wagon with 9 years of crud built up under the back seat. I can lift the front edge and pull the two toggle handles but it still won't release. Any suggestions? I can't wait to see how much loose change is under there....dreamin'.
 

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I have a 2002 VY Wagon with 9 years of crud built up under the back seat. I can lift the front edge and pull the two toggle handles but it still won't release. Any suggestions? I can't wait to see how much loose change is under there....dreamin'.
So no one knows how to do this....anyone?
 

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sorry mate i would of replied but only just found this thread..

If you mean the catches release but nothing happens.. then if its like the sedan, its needs a little love..
One foot in rear foot well other foot outside car and reef the seat out... doesnt need the hulk to get it out, just needs a little help
 

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Removal of rear seat of VY II wagon

I have a 2002 VY Wagon with 9 years of crud built up under the back seat. I can lift the front edge and pull the two toggle handles but it still won't release. Any suggestions? I can't wait to see how much loose change is under there....dreamin'.
We found that there are 2x T handles underneath the front of the rear seats and if you keep pulling those whilst lifting the front of the seat they will eventually release the seat. Unhook the safety belts from their black material bands at the rear and pull the seat front up and out. The 2 metal pronges at the back are just to align the seat. Don't forget to straighten any crooked seat belt straps before replacing.
 
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