i forgot but i think it has 4 plastic hooks connect to two metal bars. u have to pull it towards the front i believe to unhook it. getting if off is easy, the hardest part would be putting it back on, that i remember.I'm looking to remove my rear center cover to put a carbon fiber wrap on it. Does any one have an idea how it comes out. I just don't want to start ripping it out with out having an idea how it comes apart. Any help would be great.
It's easier to take out the whole rear seat squab, and then it's obvious how to remove the centre section from the wires holding the LH & RH seat squabs together (4 clips, the rear two pull up, then the front two pull forward). To remove the whole seat squab just pull up each rear seat from the front to disengage the two location clips and then pull forward and up to clear the two foam covered tongues at the rear. Before you take it out remember where the seat belt locks are located so you put them back in the correct location!I'm looking to remove my rear center cover to put a carbon fiber wrap on it. Does any one have an idea how it comes out. I just don't want to start ripping it out with out having an idea how it comes apart. Any help would be great.
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It's because of the size of the Limited Slip Differential, so there's insufficient depth to fit a seat. The rear centre seat of the IS250/350 isn't really a practical seat either, even though it has a seatbelt.While we're on the subject...why exactly is the rear center not a traditional seat?