Nissan Maxima Service and Repair Manual: Rear seat

Exploded View - Fixed Seatback

  1. Headrest
  2. Headrest holder (free)
  3. Headrest holder (locked)
  4. Bumper
  5. Seatback assembly
  6. Seatback trim
  7. Seatback pad
  8. Seat cushion trim
  9. Seat cushion pad
  10. Seat cushion wire cover
  11. Seat cushion lock
  12. Seat cushion assembly

Removal and Installation

CAUTION:

When removing and installing, use shop cloths to protect parts from damage.

SEAT CUSHION ASSEMBLY

Removal

  1. Locate the seat cushion lock (2) at the front bottom of the seat cushion assembly (one for each side). Pull the release lever (A) forward and lift the seat cushion assembly upward to release the seat cushion wire (1) from the seat cushion lock (2). : Front
  2. Then pull the seat cushion assembly forward to remove.

Installation

Installation is in the reverse order of removal.

SEATBACK

Removal

  1. Remove the seat cushion assembly.
  2. Remove the headrests (LH/RH).
  3. Remove the seatback assembly bolts and nut.

4. Lift the seatback to disengage seat hook wires from the hangers.

Installation

Installation is in the reverse order of removal.

Exploded View - 60:40 Split Seatback

  1. Seatback latch striker (RH)
  2. Seatback trim (RH)
  3. Seatback pad (RH)
  4. Armrest assembly
  5. Inner armrest bracket (RH)
  6. Inner armrest bracket (LH)
  7. Seat cushion assembly
  8. Seat cushion trim
  9. Seat cushion pad
  10. Seat cushion wire cover
  11. Seat cushion lock
  12. Seatback hinge assembly
  13. Seatback assembly (LH)
  14. Seatback latch striker (LH)
  15. Seatback frame (LH)
  16. Seatback pad (LH)
  17. Seatback trim (LH)
  18. Seatback frame (RH)
  19. Side bolster pad (LH)
  20. Side bolster trim (LH)
  21. Seat belt guide (LH)
  22. Seatback latch assembly
  23. Seatback latch cover
  24. Side bolster pad (RH)
  25. Side bolster trim (RH)
  26. Seat belt guide (RH)
  27. Seatback assembly (RH)
  28. Headrest holder (locked)
  29. Headrest holder (free)
  30. Headrest

Removal and Installation

CAUTION:

When removing and installing, use shop cloths to protect parts from damage.

SEAT CUSHION ASSEMBLY

Removal

  1. Locate the seat cushion lock (2) at the front bottom of the seat cushion assembly (one for each side). Pull the release lever (A) forward and lift the seat cushion assembly upward to release the seat cushion wire (1) from the seat cushion lock (2). : Front
  2. Then pull the seat cushion assembly forward to remove.

Installation

Installation is in the reverse order of removal.

SEATBACK

Removal

  1. Lock seatback (LH/RH) in upright position.
  2. Remove the seatback hinge assembly bolts and nut.
  3. Fold seatback (LH/RH) forward.

4. Remove seatback latch covers (A).

5. Remove the halo upper frame assembly bolts (B).

6. Remove the seatback assembly.

Installation

Installation is in the reverse order of removal.

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