Thanks tgs for the photos, I really like the 2004 seats, they look new. I would personally drive to your house to get them. But the problem is my car has the complete front seat. I don't have the lower console between the seats
Ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh, you have a front bench seat with column shift, right! Sorry!
On removing and installing the carpet:
Disconnect the battery at the negative Jump Post
The back seat bottom comes out with a quick jerk under the left front; same thing on the right front.
(There is a metal loop on each side that fits snugly into a rubber grommet)
Remove all four door seals.
Remove the nuts hold the gas pedal plate.
Remove the bolts that anchor the seat belts (bottom of the B pillar)
Remove the right and left dash end caps.
Separate the B pillar moding from the B pillar (you can remove it but you don't have to)
I think there are four or five white plastic pins on each side under the rocker molding.
I use an HF (harbor freight) tool to get those out, "5 piece upholstery and trim tool set #99739; price $15.99.
The two front kick moldings are held in place with two Phillips head screws each
(can take some effort and will power to get those screws out)
Remove the radio bezel by pulling straigth back (should just unsnap)
Pull the carpet back from under the dash and out.
(Time for a beer)