Removing rubber cover from air ride seat

lugbolt

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Run your hand around the rubber bellows cover. There are some little plastic rivet clips that hold it to the frame. Pop them loose and you can get in there.
 

mikester

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A swing and a huge miss.
Should have said "rather be in the house surfing facebook"

Are you talking about the rubber skirt on the seat base or the rubber grommet protecting the wires going through a metal pan?

If the grommet rubber is still playable a little dish soap and careful use of a flat screw driver will get it out easily. Use palmolive, it keeps your hands nice and soft.

My air ride seat's rubber skirting lifts up easily, no need for pry bars or snips.