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    Hi, does anyone know how you detach the rear seat, side bits from the car body. These are the small parts of the rear seat that don't actually move or hinge up and down with the back rests and seem attached frimly to the bodywork. I need to get some wires behind so would like to remove one of them, but can't see how its attached?

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    Are you meaning the bits that the seat belts are in/hang in front of?

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    Yes, thats them, they seem to be attached by wires, but can't see how to release them? do you have any how to's on these bits? thanks

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    Well got em off, you just have to pull hard and they come out, stripped out all of rear interior so I could drop the roof lining to replace the radio antenna. Have now fitted a combination AM/FM and DAB bee-sting antenna, looks very simular to original, but now have no rear washer nozzle. If the antenna and DAB module work ok I might then purchase one of the Vauxhall Corsa nozzles and fit than onto the rear hatch frame, but that will mean drilling a hole or I might just blank off the pipe and leave it off as I never use it away lol.

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    Slight topic detour, but was the head lining easy to get down and put back? Only my washer nozzle has detached itself from the pipe so need to re-attach it.

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    Yes the antenna has its black pipe about 12 inches long and it connects to the main water pipe over the left hand rear grab handle. To drop the head linning you have to remove both rear side inside trim panels, by first removing the two rear seat belt top mounts, take out the parcel shelf and remove both grey plastic shelfs which come attached with the cream pieces which run around both rear quater windows, theres three screws hiden behind these seat peices, hence my asking how you detached them, but they just seem to pull off with a bit of force. Then remove the rubber snake from around the rear hatch opening then the roof linning is attached by velcro type pads, be carefull on the rear left corner as there are very fragile flat cables running up into the roof for the roof electrics, but you can drop it down sufficently to gain access. also remove both rear grab handles to give you a bit more slack and it will drop down.

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    very simple then

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