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    Hi,
    Is this easy to do?

    Ive done it before in a mondeo just wondering if its the same in veccy?

    Unplug battery for 10 minutes for airbags, undo floor bolts (does anyone know what they are, hex or nuts?)

    same for rear seats,

    then door cards simple screws round the outside and one under interior handle?


    cheers

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    hex i think they are bud mind take your time and i hear they can snap go easy and if u can put some wd 40 or the likes give em a good wee soak

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    Quote Originally Posted by sdnatlst View Post
    Hi,
    Is this easy to do?

    Ive done it before in a mondeo just wondering if its the same in veccy?

    Unplug battery for 10 minutes for airbags, undo floor bolts (does anyone know what they are, hex or nuts?)

    same for rear seats,

    then door cards simple screws round the outside and one under interior handle?


    cheers
    If I remember right its a T45 or T50. 2 at the rear of the front seats then 1 on the side for the seatbelt.Door cards as you said a few round the outside and a couple under the grab handles. Rear seats are all nuts 3 hold them in the middle and a 1 for the centre seatbelt. Expect the rear seats and bolsters to offer some resistance coming out and try not to breal the black locking parts (he rear bench and 1 in each of the bolsters).

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    cant shift the hex bolts for sheeet !!

    Kman your in milton keynes im only 40 minutes away fancy coming and showing me how ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sdnatlst View Post
    cant shift the hex bolts for sheeet !!

    Kman your in milton keynes im only 40 minutes away fancy coming and showing me how ?
    Pop down here and i'll get them out , no problem

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    If they aint out by saturday i will do! cheers

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    ps, did you wire your heated seats up and if so are the wirese there for the switches already?

    i also got heated rear seats i guess i wont have the wiring in place to plug them in if i get the rear switches will i

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    Quote Originally Posted by sdnatlst View Post
    ps, did you wire your heated seats up and if so are the wirese there for the switches already?

    i also got heated rear seats i guess i wont have the wiring in place to plug them in if i get the rear switches will i
    yep , wired the fronts in (5 wires each side) , quite straight forward if you have a spare loom , the rears I believe go to X1 (4 wires I think) Plasma will confirm ,which is by the BCM. Check by your rear ash tray for the 2 connectors , if you have them its just wiring from rear seats to X1.

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    So i need a loom for the switches then?
    cheers

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    Its T50, there's thread lock on the bolts, they need loads off elbow to get them moving.

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