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Proper way to clean car interior




Makes it so much easier to vacuum and shampoo the carpets.

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Not a good idea because a lot of cars need the airbag sensors reset when the front seats are pulled out.
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I was expecting a half naked woman with latex gloves. Good try though...
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I used to clean my car like that when I was a tech. I'd just pull my car in to my stall after my shift was over and use air tools to take everything apart.
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Not a good idea because a lot of cars need the airbag sensors reset when the front seats are pulled out.
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Some Chrysler line cars must be the passenger front seat must be torqued properly to the floor and then recalibrate when the seat is removed. if you don't, the air bag light will come on and you will have possible non-deployment during an accident.

some however, it doesn't matter. but it sure does make cleaning the carpet easier.

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Not a good idea because a lot of cars need the airbag sensors reset when the front seats are pulled out.
Fortunately not the Tundra. I double checked on the Tundra board before pulling them. I also checked the airbag lights and such afterward, and they function normally.

It NEEDED to be done. After any number of long road trips, it was getting nasty in the crevices under and between the seats. Not only that, my dog got carsick once, and some of "it" went in between where it was impossible to get at with a carpet cleaning attachment.

I can't stand having the interior of my truck dirty. Cool thing is, it took me less time to pull the seats than it would have trying to clean under them with a crevice tool. 4 14mm bolts for each, and 2 Molex connectors.
It was a good, productive study break that really didn't take much time at all.


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You need to get yourself some Husky Liners my friend. Only way to go you'll never have to shampoo your carpet again and you only have to vacuum like every few months. Had mine for 2 years in my SUV.

But I did do the same thing to my SUV when I was taking a bunch of crap in it and had to pull out the passenger seat. Cleaned my car's interior that way as well.
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