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Just wondering if its possible to remove the rear seats all together (and how much effort required). Never have more than 1 passenger and it would be more convenient for cargo and save some weight.

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chevy22 said:
Just wondering if its possible to remove the rear seats all together (and how much effort required). Never have more than 1 passenger and it would be more convenient for cargo and save some weight.

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Yes, and not all that hard. Try a "search". Detailed instructions with pictures, IIRC,
 

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I love it when people say "use search", very helpful ::)

If it's a repeated question answered 100 times then yes maybe, but in this case, search doesn't yield anything.

When the first result of search is the thread you came from, then even if there is a thread buried somewhere, the new thread is key-worded better and deserves a link rather than just "use search"

Any help in locating the thread would be appreciated.
 

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equinox2 said:
I love it when people say "use search", very helpful ::)

If it's a repeated question answered 100 times then yes maybe, but in this case, search doesn't yield anything.

When the first result of search is the thread you came from, then even if there is a thread buried somewhere, the new thread is key-worded better and deserves a link rather than just "use search"

Any help in locating the thread would be appreciated.
Thank you.

All I came up with was how to remove the rear seat headrests as well :shrug:
 

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equinox2 said:
I love it when people say "use search", very helpful ::)

If it's a repeated question answered 100 times then yes maybe, but in this case, search doesn't yield anything.

When the first result of search is the thread you came from, then even if there is a thread buried somewhere, the new thread is key-worded better and deserves a link rather than just "use search"

Any help in locating the thread would be appreciated.
My appologies - I tried to locate the thread myself, but also could not find it. However, I do know (or am 95% sure) that it was Onxbear that posted directions, and scans from the Factory Service Manual. Maybe when she comes on the forum, she will send you the info. As I recall, it was fairly simple - just a matter of removing 6 or so bolts. Not rocket science. why not take a look under the seat, and see if it is obvious - otherwise, try "search" (Sorry, but I AM 100% sure that iut was discusssed)

Again, sorry, I thought it would be easy to find.
 

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RIT333 said:
Again, sorry, I thought it would be easy to find.
Not a problem, my tone in response above wasn't warranted either, overreacted so sorry about that.
 

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RIT333 said:
My appologies - I tried to locate the thread myself, but also could not find it. However, I do know (or am 95% sure) that it was Onxbear that posted directions, and scans from the Factory Service Manual. Maybe when she comes on the forum, she will send you the info. As I recall, it was fairly simple - (Sorry, but I AM 100% sure that iut was discusssed)
You'd be 100% correct Rich....
I'll will post again though for those who can't seem to locate it.
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I just joined this forum after buying a 2015 Equinox.
This question was the first one I wanted to research.

Thank you very much for providing those great diagrams
and instructions.
 
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