Before you begin, please note that the passenger side seat is probably 60lbs and may require assistance to actually remove it. You may be able to tip and leverage it into the cargo area without as much effort, but be careful not to hurt yourself. As usual, proceed at your own risk. You will also need a size 14mm socket for the removal of the primary bolts. I used an impact wrench to get them loose as I could not get good leverage with my hand tools. I'm sure if I didn't have an impact wrench at my disposal I would have gotten them, but I would have had to break a sweat. :)
Also Note: You will need a size 10mm wrench and I recommend two standard flat head screw drivers to help remove the nylon push in clips.
Step 1: Where Do I Start?
After the cargo floor cover flap is flipped out of the way, you will see about 7 black circles along the edge at the back of the seats. These are the heads of the push-in clips holding the back of the seat covers. These will have to be removed carefully.
Step 2: Hidden Support Strap
Now, returning to the cargo area, you can flip the back cover up and see the hidden strap shown in the photo. There is a #10mm bolt holding this strap and you will need to remove it.
Step 3: 4 Primary Bolts
Step 4: Carefully Remove - Dont Hurt Your Back -
What I can tell you about the snap on cover is this - Spread the back "legs" and tip upward, then slide the cover toward the front of the car. This should avoid damaging the cover. Keep in mind these get brittle with age and may not snap back on. A small dab of silicon or other flexible adhesive will work well to keep the cover on if the clips break.
With all four primary bolts removed, you can remove the seats. Sorry I didn't get a photo for this.
Step 5: Access to the Mess
Good luck with the mess.