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Guide: Removing Rear Deck (Video)

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Old 06-24-2010, 12:43 PM
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Default Removing Rear Deck (Video)

Here is a video i did on the rear deck, initially when i was trying to remove it i was confused so i finally got it and decided i would do a walk through video for those of you like myself, hope it helps.

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Old 06-24-2010, 01:42 PM
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This will help many for sure how do the subs sound now ?
 
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they are a lot louder actually, i was pretty surprised. I can feel some of the air from the sub up front now too.
 
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Old 06-24-2010, 01:49 PM
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that is why I pulled mine. I did not want the seats down all the time to have the bass get inside the car
 
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Originally Posted by 2001 ss keith View Post
that is why I pulled mine. I did not want the seats down all the time to have the bass get inside the car
yeah thats how i felt, didnt seem like a whole lot was getting in there but now its awesome hah
 
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Cool man !!
 
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hey dude, could you make a video on the full removal of the rear and front two seats? i am looking at removing them both and adding in racing seats with 4 point harnesses...so i would need to know how to remove the seatbelts also (front and back)
 
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hey dude, could you make a video on the full removal of the rear and front two seats? i am looking at removing them both and adding in racing seats with 4 point harnesses...so i would need to know how to remove the seatbelts also (front and back)
I don't really want to pull the front two seats unless I need to for safety issues, but it's just 4 bolts under the seat, and for the seatbelt there's one bolt under the carpet and then if you pull the side molding off you can see the gear parts in there, you just need to pull that off too.

As for full removal of the rear seats, you can do that based off of this video basically, from there they pretty much just pull off if you take those other two push pins out.

Hope this helps at least a little bit!
 
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I got a question about one of your vids on YouTube. The one that tells you how to remove your dashboard.

My question is, I want to replace my emergency hazard button, just the button its self. I got two dashboards the one in my car (with the un-balanced emergency button) and the one that I got in my basement (with the the balance emergency button).

It would be easier for me just to replace the whole dashboard, but the one in my basement is not in a good of a condition.
Idk, if I need a special tool to remove the signal or just yank it out?

 

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Originally Posted by 00SSsupercharged View Post
I got a question about one of your vids on YouTube. The one that tells you how to remove your dashboard.

My question is, I want to replace my emergency hazard button, just the button its self. I got two dashboards the one in my car (with the un-balanced emergency button) and the one that I got in my basement (with the the balance emergency button).

It would be easier for me just to replace the whole dashboard, but the one in my basement is not in a good of a condition.
Idk, if I need a special tool to remove the signal or just yank it out?

as your looking at the button in the picture there should be a tab on the left, you'll need to release that tab and then pull it out, then replace the button, hope this helps, let me know if you need anything else!
 

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