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Removing Rear Seat... How?

I have tried to search the forum, but came up empty.

I need to run a wire from the front to back of my 2009 GT.

I need to know the correct way to remove the rear seat to make it easy to fish the wire through to the trunk.

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how thick is the wire? i have 1/0 gauge running under the door sills instead of removing the seat. works fine there.

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maybe this helps... check the first step of his install process. "Removing rear seat"

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Sorry read that way to quick. Thought it said driver seat.

Good guide. If you need any more help just let me know. It's not hard to remove it, harder to put it back in.

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PICTURES Removing the rear seat cushion 2009+ Mazda 6

OK,

I went ahead and removed it before I saw the answers on the site.

I found there are little slide latches under the front of the seat cushion. They would be located between the outboard passengers feet.

It looks interesting under the seat. Some kind of sound deadening.

Pictures:

Release Latch:


Pushing the Release Latch:


Seat Cushion Removed:


Sound Deadening Material:


Side Bolster Attachment Bolt:


Hope this helps... Maybe a Sticky...
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good job. and that is some "sound deadening" material. crappy ones =/

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