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Old 03-25-2001, 12:24 PM
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i want to remove the two front seats from a 1982 380 sel. need minor repairs. can someone describe the procedure?


also, the head liner is a little sagging, however in mint shape. do i need to take the entire liner off to correct or is there an easier way.

any help, greatly appreciated.

my first mb. have a 74 beetle and the websites have been helpful, hope this is the same.... thanks..
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Old 03-25-2001, 10:05 PM
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Welcome! The seats are pretty easy, just four bolts. First, remove the plastic trim covers (if thet're still there). Then, just unscrew the four bolts, unhook the electrical connections and carefully remove the seats.

I don't know about the headliner, you might do a search on the subject.
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