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Hi all. I dropped a £1 down by the seat belt buckle and can't get it back out. How do you remove the rear seat?

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Looks pretty straight forward

 

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Hey Stuart, did you manage to retrieve your missing £1 coin?

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I hope it was worth it! :wink3:

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Completed and WOOHOO me. £1.10.

 

That was much easier than I thought.

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At least I know how easy it is to take out, I'll vacuum over the week. Off to Donington on Saturday, so that £1.10 will come in handy for extra petrol money. 😂

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I found 5p and a rusty nail, gave it a good vacuum though amazing all the rubbish that collects beneath those rear seats!

Is there a certain way those 2 hooks sticking out the back of the seat bench go when putting it back in? Just sort of wedged mine back in, looks like everything is as it should be but wasn't sure if those hooks have to fix into something.

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On 2017-6-26 at 0:19 PM, Stuart Aspey said:

At least I know how easy it is to take out, I'll vacuum over the week. Off to Donington on Saturday, so that £1.10 will come in handy for extra petrol money. 😂

Dont worry about the fuel 

Just get yourself a 99 Flake - not sure you'll get much change back from £1.10 nowadays though

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Any idea what those plastic vent on the sill are for? The IS200t doesn't have it.

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3 minutes ago, AlanS said:

Any idea what those plastic vent on the sill are for? The IS200t doesn't have it.

Hybrid battery cooling 

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On 6/29/2017 at 1:28 PM, rayaans said:

Hybrid battery cooling 

 

On 6/29/2017 at 1:24 PM, AlanS said:

Any idea what those plastic vent on the sill are for? The IS200t doesn't have it.

Only on the Drivers side, though?

 

 

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added quote twice by error

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7 hours ago, Stuart Aspey said:

 

Only on the Drivers side, though?

 

 

Yep. probably doesn't need 2 vents otherwise Im sure they'd have been fitted

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