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Re: Removing the drivers seat. 97 A4Q
Run the seat all the way forward and remove the plastic trim bits at the
aft end of the tracks. Now, run the seat all the way back, and remove the
plastic trim bits covering the bolts that hold down the front (careful with
these, they break if you take 'em off wrong). Remove the two bolts holding
down the front and lift the front and disconnect the wiring. Slid the seat
backwards out of the track, and try and get it out of the car without
sliming your carpeting or gouging your console. Good Luck!
PS. I was assuming you have power seats. I they are manual, the
instructions are the same except the front has only a small metal clip
limiting rearward movement. Squeeze and remove...
> From: Bob Cotton <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: Removing the drivers seat. 97 A4Q
> Date: Thursday, June 19, 1997 1:22 PM
> I just purchased Schroth's Ralle 4, 4 point harness, for use in
> auto-x. After doing some looking around as to where to mount this
> thing, the only problematic mount point will be on the right had side
> of the drivers seat.
> The seat-belt receiver bolts into the rail that slides on the seat
> track. The bolt is quite obscured by the seat, even when pushed
> Has anyone removed the power seat from an A4? If so, where do I start?
> Can I just adapt that mount point to use the existing seat-belt
> Thanks for your help.
> - Bob
> Bob Cotton Phone: (303) 595-2511
> SynXis Corporation Fax: (303) 534-4257
> 1610 Wynkoop, Suite 400 firstname.lastname@example.org
> Denver, CO 80202