How to remove a BMW rear seat (movie)

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I've had to remove the rear seat on my BMW a few times. Here is the procedure, pictures, and a small three minute "how-to" movie. Hope it's helpful. :)

posted by  Cambridge

Wonderful, an answer to a question that nobody asked. Thanks for... well... nothing.:ohcrap:

posted by  vwhobo

lol thanks, I guess...

posted by  Zalight

Videos are fun to watch, so thanks for that...But a bit off topic I guess...

But this brings up an idea...why don't we get a How-To section?..I've seen that on some forums...

posted by  chris_knows

Why is this posted?

posted by  newyorker

I'd never take out the backseats on a beautiful car like that.

posted by  Nissan_Altima

Ooh ooh, I know how to take the front seats out, want to hear it?

Didn't think so...:screwy:

posted by  Mathew

I know how to take the dipstick out...does that count for something? :laughing: jp

posted by  chris_knows

No. This thread is for cool people, leave at once. We have much to discuss about seat removal.

posted by  Mathew

Waht about Stow-N-Go...I've mastered those too :laughing:...Also, putting on those seat covers from Wal-Mart...I've got some experience with those too :smoke::laughing:

posted by  chris_knows

Alright, alright, you're in. So how do those stow and go seats work anyway? I always end up losing a finger, I'm down to like 7.

posted by  Mathew

http://www.autobytel.com/images/carpics/testDrv/stowgo/400/C2005_011.jpg
http://us1.webpublications.com.au/static/images/articles/i1038/103829_2mg.j pg


http://www.swiftindavis.com/sblog/media/1/20031208-05_mv_3.jpg
http://www.canadiandriver.com/articles/jk/images/stow-n-go_3-1.jpg

Well...that's as close as I could get it...just watch out, and best advice I can give...PRACTICE :laughing:

posted by  chris_knows

Owned. :doh:

posted by  Mathew

If only you'd seen this 3 fingers earlier :laughing:

posted by  chris_knows

Maybe I'm wrongand he genuinely wants to help people out.....but this guy's constant need to link us to his Website has go alarm bells ringing!

posted by  Cliffy

I agree, but I can't find anything to call it advertising. Maybe he's just lonely.

posted by  vwhobo

lol.....probably. I think it was how he said in his intro thread "Visit my site" that initially alerted me

posted by  Cliffy

I'd had folks ask about how to get to battery, fuses, and other items in BMW's. Thought it would be helpful. I've removed all links to my site.

Sorry for offending.

posted by  Cambridge

Yea, you would try to make use of them with Verka. You sly devil you.:thumbs: . BTW well see her tonight, so you can start practicing.:laughing:

posted by  newyorker

You weren't offemding anyone....just breaking the rules lol

posted by  Cliffy

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