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Crx Seat Diassembly & Assembly 1

Crx Seat Diassembly & Assembly 1

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Published by: ocdank19806116 on Mar 05, 2010
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TOOLS:NEEDLE NOSE PLYERSSOCKET SETPLYERSBLADESCISSORSSCREWDRIVERS PHILLIPS, STANDARDBOLT OR WIRE CUTTERSBrought to you by ocdankPlease emailocdank1980@yahoo.com To purchase our upholstery andRepair kitsFIG.1FIG.2FIG.3
Here we have a 1991 Crx Si (FIG.1) seat and these instructions will guide you through the process of taking apart andassembling this seat. First step is to remove the frame rails after doing so find a sturdy table to work on. Now remove theplastic cover on the side, one Phillips head screw holds it in place (FIG.1). Now recline seat as far back as it can go like in(FIG.2). Do this by pulling on lever and pushing back till position is acquired.
 FIG.4 FIG.5Having the seat reclined as in FIG.3 will give you access to the rear bolt (FIG.4) which would be covered otherwise. Nowremove these two bolts 12mm (FIG.5) and set them aside. Beware to not move lever since it will spring back and could hurtyou. Now on opposite side remove the large bolt and save the bolt and plastic washer as in FIG.5 and 6. Now you canremove the seat bottom from the backrest section Fig.6 &7.FIG.5 FIG.5FIG.6FIG.9FIG.8FIG.7
 FIG.10FIG.13FIG.12FIG.11Place seat section on table and you can see that hog rings are retaining the seat cover to the seat pan FIG.10. All these willhave to be cut, you can use a bolt cutter or wire cutter Fig.11. Now you can remove the seat pan from the foam FIG.12. Peelseat cover from around the edges carefully just like FIG.13. You will see hog rings still retaining seat cover to foam seat nowcut these as well. Be careful not to cut the wires that are on the foam FIG.14. Work your way from the front to the backFIG.16, removing the hog rings until cover can be lifted. Now foam is ready to be repairedFIG.17, refer to How To RepairFoam instructions on how to do so.Hog RingsFIG.15FIG.14

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