Wanting to fix the small fixes to be made to your car is starting to be more and more regular. In reality, the annual budget allocated to a car is huge, so wishing to repair it without help seems a smart options. Regardless it’s to access your fuel pump, change your seat, wash a stain, or exceptionally transport bulky objects, some of you are thinking about how to remove the back seat on Kia Sportage. We will try on this page to tell you the different methods dependant on the year and series of your Kia Sportage.
How to remove the back seat on Kia Sportage with bolt system
Let’s start with the first scenario. If you are interested in a way to remove the rear seat of your Kia Sportage which is fixed only by 4 bolts, the procedure is perhaps the simplest. In reality, to achieve this, you just have to unscrew the two nuts at the back of your seat, accessible from your trunk, using a Torx bit. Then unscrew the two nuts at the front of the seat, which are located under the seat at the level of the passenger footwell. This will let you to completely release it from its fasteners and take it off.
How to remove the back seat Kia Sportage with clip system
Technique now a bit more long to achieve because we tend to be skeptical of ties that are fixed in force, generally afraid to pull too strongly and break one. How do I remove the back seat of my Kia Sportage that has a clip system? Ordinarily these clips will be located under the seat, you will see them when you lift the seat of the bench. These clips are often consisting of a plastic part and a metal iron that clips into it, to release them you will have to press on the plastic part with a screwdriver and pull the metal part. On some series if this technique doesn’t work, generally pulling will be enough to release them.
How to remove the rear seat Kia Sportage with folding system with bolts only at the front
Finally, the last approach to take off the rear seat of your Kia Sportage, some years have a folding seat that is not fixed on the rear part, in this instance, it is the quickest approach you can have to achieve. You will just need to tilt the seat to the front and you will have access to the Torx nuts that hold it to the vehicle’s chassis. Once these nuts are unscrewed, you should be able to remove the rear seat of your Kia Sportage.
That’s it, now you should have all the information you need to remove the rear seat of your motor vehicle without problem. If you are looking to dismantle other parts like the bumper of your Kia Sportage, we have also made some tutorials to help you in these missions.
If you need more tutorials on the Kia Sportage, go to our Kia Sportage category.