My seats are 02 Acura tl seats that I got from LKQ,Here's a link. http://stores.ebay.com/LKQonline_Sea...34Q2ec0Q2em322
I had them shipped to the closest freight terminal and picked them up there because home delivery was another $100 extra.The inside front floor boards next to the tunnel had to be flattened and the floor area between the front and back mounting points along by the tunnel had to be massaged with a hammer to get the seats to sit level .The front and rear stock seat mounts in the floor board for the front stock bucket seats had to be removed to get the the new buckets to be level.
The existing mounts on the new seats can be bent or unbolted and mover around to make them work.
I have a copy of the wiring diaghram and they move up and back and up and down as well as recline, they have heat too if you want to hook it up..The top of the back seat will fit if you open up the hooks below the package tray a little and they have a bracket at each lower corner that can be used to secure them with a bolt that passes thru the floor pan.
The center of the upper cushion has to be notched a small bit to clear the tunnel.
.The bottom cushions have two wire loops on the front at the bottom.I but two bolts up thru the floor right in line with each of them on the floor just past the kick up from the rear foot wells.I made a piece that slipped over the bolt and then as it went towards the loops in the seat I bent it down 90' and drilled a hole and spot welded a nut behind it.Then got a bolt that was long enough to reach and it helps pull that cushion back to look right.The gap between the seat hooks and the bracket needs to be large enough to let the cushion go back far enough to look good.
I took a 2x4 and put it between the upper seat custion and the side of the interior.I marked the conture of the seat on it then cut it to fit the shape of the upper cushion.I cut a little of the width out of it and then covered it with a little foam and black material to match then the fit was tight enough to hold it in place.
I didn't do anything to the gap on the bottom one because it if small enough to go unnoticed.I've had no problem with back seat access when the seats are all the way foward and the backs in full forward tilt even thougt I'm 6' 5' and 230 lbs.I ditched the headrests because they stuck up above the top of the door and I don't like that look.Powering them up was the only outside help that I had to seek.I talked to an Acura tech on Answers.com but you can probably get a seat wiring picture from an Acura repair manual .You need to find all grounds at the plug and tie them together and ground them. Then find all wires that say "Fused" at the plug and tie them together and find a power source that is hot when the switch is off and on.I left the factory plugs intact so that I could easily unplug them if I needed to remove the seats. If there is anything else that I can help you with just let me know.