Sometimes the fabric on the seats of your car are beyond cleaning using traditional upholstery cleaner. This Instructable will help you get your seats back to brand new condition, or at least close.

I'm doing this for the driver's seat of my 2003 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon. It should apply for all models with the same seat as well as for the passenger seat.

Step 1: Unhook wiring from below seat

On the drivers seat there is a wire connected to the bottom of the seat. This needs to be unhooked before we can take the seat out. It is secured on the top of the piece connected to the seat. Use your finger to depress the security connection and slide the adapter out.
next time cut the hog rings out, and re-use your listing wire. copper wire is not stiff enough to hold your covers on. get some new hog rings and a cheap hogging players and do it that way
This really helped me when I spilled paint on the passenger seat of my Explorer. Thanks a bunch!
Nice instructable. Looks easy to follow and very well documented.

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