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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 09-08-2014, 08:14 PM Thread Starter
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I want to get some seat covers fro my 2007 cobalt ls coupe front seats but the head rests need to come off and I've tried to get them off but i cant and i just want to know if its even possible thanks.


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Yes push the button, also if you're near Buffalo NY I have a set of SS/SC seats for sale.

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you have the button on the one side and then theres a pinhole on the other side that you have to push in as well and it will pull right out.

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so i have an 06 and for some reason the front seat bottoms are getting stained. i did notice the front of the bottom cushions are not attached to anything but have not removed the seats yet to see why. what i want to do is take the bottoms off and wash them so do they remove easy enough? my guess is i have to remove the complete seat unit and that looks easy just 2 bolts in the back on the floor and they tip and slide out. thanks

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so i have an 06 and for some reason the front seat bottoms are getting stained. i did notice the front of the bottom cushions are not attached to anything but have not removed the seats yet to see why. what i want to do is take the bottoms off and wash them so do they remove easy enough? my guess is i have to remove the complete seat unit and that looks easy just 2 bolts in the back on the floor and they tip and slide out. thanks
These seats stain very easily. Even water leaves a ring/mark. Your best bet would be to take your car somewhere and have them steam cleaned. The seat covers have a foam backing attached to the back side. If you put them in the wash, you'd probably destroy that foam backing.

It is easy to remove the seat covers though. Remove the seats from the car, like you said, by removing those two bolts. Remove the 4 bolts holding the seat base to the frame assembly. The cover is held in place in each size by plastic channel clips. Once those are released, there are clips on the top side below the seat seams. Carefully pull those out and your cover is off.


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