Ford Explorer: Third Row Seats / Removal and Installation - Third Row Seat Cushion Cover

Ford Explorer 2020-2023 Service Manual / Body and Paint / Body and Paint / Third Row Seats / Removal and Installation - Third Row Seat Cushion Cover

Removal

  1. Remove the third row seat cushion.
    Refer to: Third Row Seat Cushion (501-10C Third Row Seats, Removal and Installation).
  1. Release the retainers from the seat cushion frame.
  1. Remove the third row seat cushion cover and foam.
  1. NOTICE: Use care when separating the seat cushion trim cover from the hook-and-loop strips or the hook-and-loop strips may be torn from the seat cushion foam.


    Remove the third row seat cushion cover.
    1. Invert the cover.
    1. Release the hook-and-loop strips.

Installation

  1. To install, reverse the removal procedure.

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