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I did both of my front seats and the results were excellent. Removing the seats is an easy task. 2 bolts in the rear and a clip for the seat belt height adjuster. The seat clips in the front. Once you see how the seats come out you can remove one in about 10 minutes. You will need to remove the headrest for clearance. To remove the headrest extend them as high as possible and then with the palms of your hands pop them out.
The twist problem is from the cable twisting up over time which makes them shorter and they do not engage. The fix is to shorten the plastic housing so the cable will engage in the gearbox. I used my drill tightened on the cable to adjust the seat back even before reassembly. I even used the fix on my headrest. Search the archives, there is a detailed write on this procedure.