Q: How do I align my seat tracks?

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I see I needed to remove my seat and seat tracks, however, my seat tracks are bolted to my seat. How do I unbolt them from my seat, and how can I properly align my seat tracks so that my seats will be straight? They are power seats, also, so I don't believe there is a release bar.

My car has 50000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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