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Can you remove front passenger seat?
Whether you are replacing the seat cushion, seat occupancy sensor, or the whole front seat, removing a car’s front seat is a much simpler procedure than you think. Remove the plastic covers to access the seat bolts. Remove the two bolts on the back. These bolts can be hex head bolts, Torx bolts, or hexagonal bolts.
How do you remove the front seat with airbags?
Unbolt the seat from the chassis of the car, using a 3/8-inch ratchet and socket. Once the bolts are out, tilt the seat forward and unplug the harness for the seat belt and the airbag, using your hands. If you have a difficult time removing the tabs on the harnesses, use the flathead screwdriver to pop it out of place.
Can you take back seats out of car?
It’s not illegal. If you leave the seats in and remove the seat belts however. That is illegal. your insurance company may see it different though,if the unlucky happened !
Is it okay to drive without a passenger seat?
Seats? You require to have them fitted if your car is registered to carry that many passengers. If you plan to drive around without seats for a long time, get it re-reg’d as a one seater car. That’s legal.
Can I remove seats with airbags?
Will removing seat set off airbag?
If you remove the seat, you will have a fault light on and you’ll also have a live airbag sat around, so be careful with static discharge (don’t wear nylon drawers!!). The light will have to be reset when you refit the seat and you’ll need special spline bits to physically do the removal.
Is it illegal to remove my back seats?
Checked with relevant departments in both Qld and NSW and got the same answer. In a Pajero and many others with three rows of seating, the third row is held in with quick release clips, meaning that they were designed for easy removal. It is legal to remove and replace these at at any time.
When can a child sit up front?
Children aged 7 years and over can travel in the front seat. However, research shows that children under 12 years are much safer travelling in the back seat.