So i have seen a few post about removing the back seats.. Hopefully This Works..
Start By Folding Down The Rear Seats (via the 2 realease buttons in the trunk)
On Both Ouside Edges Of The Rear Seats SHould Be A Pivot Point
Using A Flat Head Screwdriver (farly bigger Size), There is a tap that needs to be pished out to relase the outerside of the seat (shown a bit more in the next picture)
In the next picture you can see how the re4lase mechanism works the first is of it closed (holding the seat in)
This one is on the mechanism realeased(its not much movement but if you look closely you can see hte relase pushed out
When the outer edge is relase pull up on it (not too hard) when the outer edge comes out slide the seat to the outer part of the vehicle and the other side will be realeased (applies for both side, shown is passanger)
WHen both back rests are out now it is time to tackle the seat itself....
You notice that the seat sits underneath the plastic in the corners.
pull up both corners so it looks like (below)
With Both Corners Now Released Pull The Back Of the Seat Up (remembering to take the seat belts out of the slots)
In Order To Release The Seat There Are Two places that hold it down (in the middle of the passanger side, if you where sitting in between your legs), and in the middle of the driverside, if you where sitting between your legs like the pic below (and yes i actually sat down and took a pic between my legs
give the seat a nudge in those two points in order to release the rear seat....
the seat should come loose...
I will continue to try and do an install.... but its a rvers and the only tough part is putting the seat back in (you have to line up the hold down tabs and push it in all at the same time)
With The Seat Pulled up in te middle of the passanger seat the