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Should just come up at the front with a good sharp tug upward, then pull it towards you.

[edit] some models had a couple small bolts under the leading edge of the seat...not sure if that was older or newer (my 92 lifts up) but check before you dislocate your shoulder :lol:
 

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Should just come up at the front with a good sharp tug upward, then pull it towards you.

[edit] some models had a couple small bolts under the leading edge of the seat...not sure if that was older or newer (my 92 lifts up) but check before you dislocate your shoulder :lol:

and he means a good tug:lol: 89 I think was the change over yr
 

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Pretty sure there aren't any bolts.

It's a wooden base, with two holes on the leading edge which fit over corresponding metal tabs that also secured the edge of the carpeting.

Sharp tug upwards needed.
 

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A good tug should work, if it doesn't you can apply a lever under the wood above the carpet. it's got fixing points at either end a little way in from the edges.
 
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