How do I remove second row captain chair 2000 e150 high top conversion van?

Asked by Mar 07, 2016 at 09:10 AM about the 2000 Ford E-150 Chateau Club Wagon

Question type: General

I have been looking online for ANYTHING related to removal of captains chair
on my 2000 E150.  So far I have found nothing in detail that will show me step
by step (video) on how to do so, including release of the seat belt.  Can
anyone assist please?

2 Answers

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Frank, here is a couple of sites I've been using to research things we can do to our Van: vanning.com / sportsmobileforum.com But typically, If one is able to remove the carpeting as to expose the seats hardware, one would need a few simple tools to disable the seat as well as the seat belts. You may be looking at a good long weekend project to deconstruct the van's interior panels or molding to access these areas. This would be very interesting to document so that others could see the process involved in your project.

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Hi Frank, I just bought the same van and have the exact same question. Did you ever have any luck figuring this out?

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