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I've been trying to remove the rear bench seat for almost 5 days now. I've tried every trick in the book. I know you are just supposed to pull up on where the 2 clips are, but the cushion is just not budging. Matter of fact, the foam is starting to rip where the clips are. I even tried using some WD40 to lubricate the clips to make it easier, but that also wasn't helpful. I feel like I'm missing something. Someone please help.
 

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I am wondering this same thing. I got seat covers for the entire car to save the seats from sun damage (I live in the desert) and for the rear seat it says "for easy installation, lift up the bench by finding the clips and giving it a yank." that was not helpful. I would like to not destroy the car.
 

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I am wondering this same thing. I got seat covers for the entire car to save the seats from sun damage (I live in the desert) and for the rear seat it says "for easy installation, lift up the bench by finding the clips and giving it a yank." that was not helpful. I would like to not destroy the car.
I managed to shove a flathead screwdriver underneath the clips and I simply leveraged the screwdriver to pull out the clips. Honestly, don't even bother yanking the seats, you'll end up ripping a bit of the foam like I did. In case your foam ripped, I managed to get some foam spray glue. Thing works like magic
 
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