remove back seat

Asked by Sep 07, 2013 at 04:20 PM about the 2001 Chrysler Sebring LXi Convertible

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

remove back seat to get to cylinder for hydraluic fluid

3 Answers


Think this correct for your model car. Remove the rear seat cushion, seat back and inner quarter trim panels. Pull up sharply on the seat cushion at the front about midway between the middle of the seat and the outside edges. The seat back is held in by nuts. The quarter trim panels are held in by screws I think.

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I own one of these and yes rear seat needs to be removed, the lower just lift at front edge till it pops repeat opposite side the seat upper has to torx bolts that hold the upper in pay attention to how belt plate is placed or safety could be compromised. gently lift and push up on seat.upper. once upper is out of the way there is a cover panel remove it and then you will see a pump there are small rubbercushions 10mm I believe once loose gently lift on the end that looks like a can is where the fluid goes. you will want to have a good absorbent towel,small funnel and patience. the plastic lines are delicate and break easy GENTLE is the word of the day quarter trim doent need to be removed. hope that helps

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You may have to push the seat back while lifting at the front

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