Step 1 move seats all the way back and remove the front 2 nuts using a long extention. Studs are fixed to the floor on front fittings.
Next move seats forward and remove plastic covers over rear fixings
Then remove the 2 bolts. These ones go throgh the floor and may by dirty or rusty.
Might pay you to spray these a day ahead with some tratment oil.
Undo the 2 long Torx bit screws T27 holding the seat belt loop, and remove it.
You can now go ahead and try to remove the old leather cover. Get help and use caution as the seams are velcroed to the foam to hold its shape? If you get help to gently pull off the old leather, then you can reach inside and free up the velcrow as you go?
Last edited by English Bob; 05-07-2012 at 06:43 PM.