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Old 05-21-2008, 02:24 PM   #1
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Anyone know how to remove rear seats???

I just spilt a 44oz big gulp in my back seat, from the looks of it everything just seeped into the seat but all that liquid has to have collected somewhere under there so Im trying to get under the rear seats and dry it up the best I can before it starts getting mold or smelling or attracting bugs. Anyone have any ideas how to remove the rear seats???
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I just spilt a 44oz big gulp in my back seat, from the looks of it everything just seeped into the seat but all that liquid has to have collected somewhere under there so Im trying to get under the rear seats and dry it up the best I can before it starts getting mold or smelling or attracting bugs. Anyone have any ideas how to remove the rear seats???
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Old 05-21-2008, 02:50 PM   #3
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nevermind guys it took all of about 3 minutes to figure that out, there are 2 white pins on each side u simply pull out on each to release and the whole bottom of the rear seats just pulls right out. Luckily I think I was able to get the most of it and at least it wasn't soda it was ice tea. I really wish mercedes would have put a real cup holder in the front seat. I will definitely be more careful from now on.
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I just spilt a 44oz big gulp in my back seat, from the looks of it everything just se

You are lucky that could have been ugly. You know there is a circuit board on the passenger side, underneath the rear seat, with a large amount of relays located there. That could have been extremely expensive.
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44 oz?

Come on dude who are you trying to kid? Just tell us it was really a 40 oz. of Old English
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man if it was a 40oz old English I would have really been pissed.lol I don't think they even sell old english in a 40oz in south florida anymore
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hahaha......thats what happens when Honda riceboys buy themselves a Benz they manage to mess it up....VTEC POWAAA!
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