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      07-04-2013, 03:01 AM   #1
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E93 Gladen install - rear seat centre removal

So I've just started my Gladen speaker and amp install (photos to follow) and I need a little help in how to remove the bottom part of the rear seats. In particular the center piece and the centre consul so I can connect the live switch feed to the centre cigarette lighter.

I believe that the actual seating area just pulls straight up and put but what about the centre part and the centre consul. I've been looking on the mighty web for images or a video and can't seem to find any.

I purchased my Gladen bits from http://www.monsteraudiodesign.co.uk/. A big thanks to Edd there ... he's a very helpful chap!
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Do you have folding rear seats?

About the rear console removal:

http://www.m3post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=181082

or

http://www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=289477
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The backs of the rear seats fold down , but the bulkhead behind them still remains. I believe this is just to protect the seat coverings.

Removing the centre column may be harder than I thought. I might just run the switch cable to the front cigarette lighter with the rest of the cabling. I was just worried about any possible interference having the 2 close together.
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