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FB052 Bucket Seat Installation Manual

FB052 Bucket Seat Installation Manual

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Q:How do I know which of the tutorials applies to my articles?
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Q:I need the installation for FB030115
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A: Thank you for your inquiry. Please use the links below for help with the installation for FB030115: https://www.fhgroupauto.com/installation/?vsearch=fb030115 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oU--YbcQ1iQ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O-KkZjHMaeA
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Q:do your seat covers work on a 2019 ford ranger
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A: Thank you for contacting us. Our products are universal, meaning they are designed for a wide range of vehicles, and not any particular model and year. In order for them to fit correctly ensure that both front and rear headrests, (as well as armrests) are fully removable prior to installing the covers and that there is no built-in seat belt on the seats. Please keep in mind that we don't guarantee a perfect fit since these covers are semi customized.
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Q:I need help in securing the seat portion of the covers on my 2015 Nissan Frontier. What suggestions do you have on threading the elastic straps under the seat?
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A: Thank you for reaching out to us. We understand sometimes getting under the seat is a little hard. We want to try and get as much room as possible. Some vehicles have the option to move the seat up. If you do have that option I would suggest moving it as high as possible and also moving the seat backward so you’re able to see under the car seat. Then you will push the straps into the crevice of the seat. You can use anything that can it in the crevice to push the straps through, a spoon, ruler, or hanger. Whatever you have handy. Also, once those push through and hanging from the back, you can also use the same tool you used to push through the crevice, to push or pull the straps under and towards the front. Then attach them to the buckles there.

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