when repacing the rear aka center cup holder trim assy. how do you the seat back adjusting lever

Asked by Nov 05, 2013 at 04:24 PM about the 2008 Nissan Quest S

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

my wife's 2008 Nissan quest has broken cup holders on both sides need to know how to remove the seat back adjustment lever

2 Answers


The lever is held on by a clip. Use a slender flat tool - Something like a Popsicle stick or anything you can slide between the lever and the seat. Push the clip back slightly like you are going to slide if off - but don't. This opens up the clip and you can pop off the lever- might take a flat screw driver but be careful. After you replace the trim assembly - put the clip back in position, set it in place and snap it on with a smart rap with the palm of your hand. I am attaching a photo showing the clip on the lever. It is in the open position.

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Thank you so very much - this worked like a charm! I never would have figured this out on my own....

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