Nissan Altima 2007-2012 Service Manual: Disassembly and assembly

FRONT SEAT

DRIVER SIDE

 Exploded View

1. Headrest

2. Headrest holder (locked)

3. Headrest holder (free)

4. Seatback board

5. Seatback/frame assembly

6. Inner finisher

7. Seat belt buckle

8. Seat cushion trim

9. Seat harness

10. Seat cushion pad

11. Front leg covers

12. Lumbar lever

13. Power seat outer finisher

14. Seat switch assembly

15. Seat slide switch

16. Power seat recline lever

17. Manual seat lifter finisher

18. Manual seat lifter lever

19. Manual seat recline lever

20. Manual seat outer finisher

21. Manual slide cover

22. Power seat rear leg covers

23. Entry knob

24. Bezel

Disassembly and Assembly

SEAT CUSHION TRIM AND PAD

Disassembly

CAUTION: • During installation, the wire harness clips must be reinstalled in the holes they were originally in. Do not add additional clips. NOTE: If the vehicle has been involved in a collision, the seat must be inspected for damage. Refer to SR-21, "For Side and Rollover Collision".

1. Remove the front seat assembly. Refer to SE-23, "Removal and Installation" 2. Remove the front seat finishers and seat outer finisher.

3. Pull up (A) on the seat cushion trim flap (1).

4. Remove two rear clips retaining the seat cushion trim flap, remove seat cushion assembly.

5. Remove the retainer on the seat cushion frame, then remove the harness connector for the seat heater.

6. After removing the seat cushion trim and pad, remove the hog rings to separate the trim from the pad and seat cushion heater unit.

Assembly

Assembly is in the reverse order of disassembly.

PASSENGER SIDE

Exploded View

1. Headrest

2. Headrest holder (free)

3. Headrest holder (locked)

4. Seatback board

5. Rear leg covers

6. Clip harness

7. Outer finisher

8. Seatback lever

9. Power seat harness

10. Seatback/frame assembly

11. Front leg covers

12. Seat cushion assembly

13. SRS seat harness

14. Inner finisher

15. Seat belt buckle

16. Release handle

17. Release handle cover

18. Kick lever

 Disassembly

Disassembly and Assembly

CAUTION: • During installation, the wire harness clips must be reinstalled in the holes they were originally in. Do not add additional clips.

NOTE: If the vehicle has been involved in a collision, the seat must be inspected for damage. Refer to SR-21, "For Side and Rollover Collision".

1. Remove the front seat assembly. Refer to SE-23, "Removal and Installation" 2. Remove the front seat finishers and seat outer finisher.

3. Pull up (A) on the seat cushion trim flap (1).

4. Remove two rear clips retaining the seat cushion trim flap, remove seat cushion assembly.

5. Remove the retainer on the seat cushion frame, then remove the harness connector for the seat heater.

6. After removing the seat cushion trim and pad, remove the hog rings to separate the trim from the pad and seat cushion heater unit.

Assembly

Assembly is in the reverse order of disasembly.

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