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Question: I have the 60/40 split seat. I need to get at the heaterbox behind the glove box to repair the heater door, and I can't fit in to work. Does the right seat come out separately, or does the whole front seat have to be pulled out as a unit?

I do have an impact wrench and the appropriate Torx sockets.
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Question: I have the 60/40 split seat. I need to get at the heaterbox behind the glove box to repair the heater door, and I can't fit in to work. Does the right seat come out separately, or does the whole front seat have to be pulled out as a unit? I do have an impact wrench and the appropriate Torx sockets.
The passenger side portion will come out separately from the drivers side. It's just the 4 torx bolts under the seat and one plug (for the air bag, if equipped with a passenger side airbag).
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