First, remove the headrest and set it aside. On most vehicles, holding down the release button and pull the headrest up will remove the headrest. However, some headrests have small pinholes on the sides of the headrest guides, which house the release buttons that must be pressed by sliding a small thin wire or pick tool into the pinholes and pulling the headrest up. After the headrest is removed, flip the seat upside down again. If your seat has soft cloth/vinyl backs, you will see J-hooks, hog-rings, or a zipper holding the factory covers together. Undo the J-hooks, snip the hog-rings, or unzip the cover and start to roll the cover up. There will be hog-rings or Velcro holding the insert seam lines to the foam. Remove the hog-rings as you roll the cover up over the seat. If your seat has a hardback, a series of screws along the bottom hold the bottom of the hardback to the seat. Unscrew these, and then pull open the hardback slightly to determine if the hardback needs to be slid up or down to be removed. Slide the hardback in the appropriate direction, and remove it. Now, you should be able to see the attachment points holding the factory seat cover to the frame. Undo these attachments, and pull the cover up and over the foam seat back core.