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Disassembling Drivers Seat Trim

Discussion in '360/430' started by CoreyNJ, May 19, 2020.

  1. CoreyNJ

    CoreyNJ Formula Junior
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    I need to remove part #22 in the attached diagram, so I can fix a minor scratch in the leather. Has anyone done this before without removing the whole seat? From the Diagram, It looks like I have to remove cap #23, to access screw #24, is that true? I assume both screw #26 and #24 are torx, any idea on the size of the torx bit I need to use?

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    Corey

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  3. NYFAIM

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    23 is an access cover for the seatbelt bolt, so I don't think you need to remove it to remove that piece of trim. The other two I think might be phillips screws
     
  4. CoreyNJ

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    OK I'll grab a flashlight and mirror and look. Would be awesome if all I have to do is remove the two screws and not risk damaging anything.
     
  5. timwu12

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    This video might help!
     
  6. CoreyNJ

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    Super helpful... The curse of black seats is seeing those screws...
     
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