View Full Version : Help fix leak and rip apart rear cab...
08-13-2004, 12:41 AM
Ok well I found a leak awhile back on my truck, it was in the middle part of the sliding rear window.. So I put silicon and thought it was fixed, well i noticed today she was getting REALLY musty smelling so I looked behind the back seat and the wall of carpet looked alittle saggy,hmmm... so i pulled up the rear carpet and it was soaked wet!!! Stunk like a mofo... So i had someone spray water on it while i looked inside, and sure enough right where it closes up in the bottom left corner... So I need to figure out, how to get the rear seat out, and the rear plastics because I also need to replace the rear speakers because the guy before me disconnected them and put 6x9's in boxes on the floor...
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08-13-2004, 05:56 PM
08-13-2004, 06:09 PM
Year of truck?
08-13-2004, 06:21 PM
I've gotten good at not saying much lol
1997 K1500 Ext cab Silverado no third door.
08-15-2004, 07:18 PM
Take the front seats out first you'll be glad you did later. The rear seat has one bolt and nut on each side where it pivots. Take those out and remove the rear seat. Start taking the plastic out and expect to break some of it cause its real easy to do especially the roof bar that goes across the back of the cab. I would take the sill plates and a pillar plastics off first. The roof bar and the bar below the rear window next, and then the two big side panels. Take the ash trays out of the side panels because there are screws under them to take the arm rests off. There are screws under the arm rests that hold the side panel on. All in all it's a major pain in the arse. Good luck
08-15-2004, 11:53 PM
Well the other day I took my back seat out, peeled the carpet back and put a fan on it to dry... I decided against screwing with the 4x6's... I will just put some tweeters some place.
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