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anyone remove seats to clean interior?

i plan on doing a full interior detail and would like to remove the seats, so i can deep clean in and around all of the carpet. is there any concern or anything i need to worry about taking them out, etc...? thanks peeps!
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Not unless you have airbags in the sides of the seats. Otherwise its pretty basic.
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Possibly to remember not to put your key into your ignition until they are properly bolted down again..
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What if you have airbags???
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you can rip out your full interior in 1 hr....piece of cake
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If you have airbags in the seats and dont properly disconnect them and the battery, you could risk them deploying. Just like taking out the steering wheel.
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Oh, if i ever have to take them out i will pm and ask for more details!
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if you wanna be super sure, just disconnect the battery when you remove and unplug the seats or steering wheel. Plug back everything before you connect the battery back.
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