Toyota Corolla (E120): Overhaul

1. Remove bench type rear seat cushion assy

  1. Disengage the 2 clamps, and then remove the seat cushion.

2. Remove bench type rear seat back assy

  1.  remove the headrests.
  2.  remove the 2 bolts and seat back.

3. Remove bench type rear seat cushion cover

  1.  remove the hog rings and seat cushion cover.

4. Remove bench type rear seat back cover

  1.  remove the headrest supports.
  2.  remove the hog rings and seat back cover.

5. Install bench type rear seat back cover

  1.  cover the top of the seat back pad with the seat back cover.
  2.  install the headrest supports.
  3.  using hog ring pliers, fully install the seat back cover with new hog rings.

Notice

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  • be careful not to damage the cover.
  • Be careful to prevent the cover wrinkles as little as possible.

6. Install bench type rear seat cushion cover

  1.  using hog ring pliers, install the seat cushion cover with new hog rings.

Notice

:

  • be careful not to damage the cover.
  • Be careful to prevent the cover wrinkles as little as possible.

7. Install bench type rear seat back assy

  1.  hook the seat back to the body.
  2.  install the 2 bolts.

    Torque: 7.8 Nvm (80 kgfvcm, 69 in.Vlbf)

8. Install bench type rear seat cushion assy

  1.  insert the seat cushion under the seat back.
  2.  engage the 2 clamps.
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