1) Driver's side seat tray kit - ECStuning.com
2) Passenger side seat tray kit - ECStuning.com
1)T25 Torx bit
2) socket extension
3) M10 triple square bit
4) 2-3 zip ties
Estimated time required:
30 minutes per seat
This does require an odd bit, called an M10 triple square bit. I was able to find this set of 4 in various sizes at O'Reilly's for $5.
First you'll want to adjust the seat all the way up.
Slide the seat all the way forward next, exposing the two triple square bolts in the rear.
Use the triple square bit to remove these bolts.
Slide the seat all the way back now, and repeat for the two triple square bolts in the front.
Lift the seat back, exposing the underside. Find these two spots here for the speed nuts.
With the nipple facing up, insert the speed nuts into the holes.
Next, find the torx screw on the under side of the plastic seat bottom cover. Use the torx bit and the extension to remove it.
Grab your seat tray holder, and note the brackets on the rear of the piece.
These brackets get slid into metal slots in the bottom of the seat.
With the piece in place, you will need to guide it into the metal wire that holds it in place.
When done correctly, it will look like this.
Insert the tabs on the original plastic seat cover into the new tray bracket.
Locate the spot for the screw on the side of the piece facing the shifter. Use the torx bit and extension to screw in the torx bit. I found it was much easier to do this one first.
I struggled with the next bit for a few minutes. Because it is hard to access, I ended up attacking it from the top and used by fingers to get it started like this. Once I had it in, I used the torx bit and extension to finish it off.
Use the guide on the rail to get the seat back in place and tighten back up the 3 square bolts.
Insert the track into the bracket and you're done.
Few things of note:
The passenger side has a seat sensor module on the bottom of it. Its to let the car know if someone is sitting there so it will deploy the airbag in case of an accident. You will have to move it to install the tray on the passenger side.
At the very top of the sensor's plastic mount, you will see this. If you look closely, you'll see a small circle in the middle of the area with the arrow pointing to it. You'll need to take a drill bit (or something similar) and press in that circle for an inch or so. This will free the sensor's mount and you can move it to the back of the seat once the tray is installed. I used a few zipties to keep it from moving around.
Lastly, these trays are pretty small. I was hoping they would be a bit bigger so they could hold more stuff (I specifically bought them to put my OEM first aid kit in one of them, sadly it is too big). So keep that in mind if you're thinking of getting them. They are nice to have, but they will only hold a few small items. Both of these pictures were taking with the cubby fully extended.