Move the seat forward as much as possible and undo the rear bolts (Torx T40).
Move the seat back and undo the front bolts. Be careful as the seat
may fall backwards at this point.
Unplug the connectors and cut the zip tie securing the cable. You can lift
the seat now. The only thing that still ties it to the car is the seatbelt.
Remove the screws in front of the cowl and in the middle (Torx T27).
The clearance is tight, you need a long screwdriver, but it won't
The last screw in the rear. The cowl removal is not really necessary, but
it gives you a detailed view of the seatbelt attachment. You can clearly
see the torn part of my seat cover here.
Press the tab in the middle and unhook the belt. You can normally reach
this tab with a long flat screwdriver without removing the cowl. The seat
is free now.