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Jun 6, 1:42pm - #193291 
seat problem

I found a spring under my passenger seat last night, It most be a part of te seat, but I dont know how to put it back,. I dont have a camera with me, so cant take picture of it. Does anyone know how to fix it?

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Jun 6, 1:54pm - #193292 
same thing happened with me. but everything seems to be functioning so i just left it

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Jun 6, 1:58pm - #193293 
does ur passenger seat stay in place when you push it forward or does it move back in forth and you have to hold it in place ?


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Jun 6, 3:13pm - #193294 
dude! i had the same thing happen to me! i found a spring with some cushion-sponge thing in it. and ever since then, my passenger seat wont stay in place!


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Jun 6, 4:17pm - #193295 
Originally Posted by My Sixth Gear
does ur passenger seat stay in place when you push it forward or does it move back in forth and you have to hold it in place ?


It seems the same as before, I check my driving seat, it seems the same as the passenger seat. And I look under my driving seat, I didnt see the spring, so I could not tell where I should put the spring. I want to go to dealer sometimes to ask them, but they might not help me with this small thing (for me is not small)

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Jun 7, 3:16am - #193296 
Same thing happened to me. I had to remove the seat to put it back on. But it happened again about a month later, so i just decided to leave it like that.

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Jun 7, 5:11am - #193297 
take the seat out, and you will see the slider where you need to reinstall the spring.

This happened to my dad's car over the weekend, oddly enough, so I will be doing it to his car and I'll post you up some pics this afternoon. thumbsup


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Jun 7, 7:37am - #193298 
Yea i found a spring just laying under the seat about a month ago. The seat still functions fine so i just left it off.

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