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Old 08-02-2008, 21:06   #1 (permalink)
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Question Ford Taurus 2007 Manual Seat to Power Seat

How to remove passenger manual seat to replace with power seat track. Now, can anyone tell me if any Taurus 2001 to 2007 had a 6-way power passenger seat?

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Old 08-03-2008, 11:20   #2 (permalink)
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How to remove passenger manual seat to replace with power seat track
Assuming there is a connector under the seat for it the seat just unbolts from the floor. There may be plastic covers over the bolts. Make sure you get the right power seat track, and be aware that you may have to have the OCS (Occupant Classification System/Passenger Airbag Disable system) recalibrated after transfering the seat back and cushion to the new track.
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Re: Ford Taurus 2007 Manual Seat to Power Seat

I swapped my '97 from power to manual.

You need the seat base with the motors and screw track. Assuming you have the power connector.

The seat base is held to the seat with 4 bolts. Manual and power seat bases are interchangeable.
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Removing Taurus seat

How can I remove the plastic covers so I can get to the bolts holding the seat to the car floor? I want to add power seat track.
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How can I remove the plastic covers so I can get to the bolts holding the seat to the car floor? I want to add power seat track.

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Old 08-06-2008, 08:13   #6 (permalink)
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The covers pop off.
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