I have the same seats in mine and had to remove them several times. You will need to figure out a way to get 12 volt power to the seat motor to move the seat fully forward. This will expose the pesky bolts you cant access. Since you are doing floor pan repair, the bolts are likely rusty and they may break as you try to turn them.
I think the wire is pink, remove a bit of insulation and jump battery power to it with the ground wire clamped to the seat frame.
Better yet, just unplug the harness under the seat and jump power to it through the plug.
Watch your fingers while the seat is moving.
Last edited by upflying; 08/07/21 01:13 PM.
86 MCSS Notchback coupe, LS3, 4L65E, QP 9", Eaton Truetrac, 4 wheel disc, column shift, Dakota Digital, silver with maroon bench interior