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Old 03-16-2009, 12:35 PM
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84 Mustang Convertible rear seat removal

I am attempting to replace the electric motor on the rear window of my 84 Mustang convertible. I am a fair "nut and bolt" man, but I'll be darned if I can figure out how to remove the rear seat from this car. I expected to simply pull out the bottom seat and then remove a couple of bolts on the bottom of the back to pull it out, but I can't get anything out. I could put a pry bar under the bottom, but I don't want to tear anything up. Does anyone know how to get access to the window motor on an 84 Mustang convertible?

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rear seat

On most cars if there is not two bolts under the carpet just in front of the rear seat, you need to push the bottom seat cushion rearward about an inch and then lift
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I finally figured it out and got the job done. Thanx for your feed back. It's always good to know there is somebody out there who can help. Thanx.
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