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GTaintsobad
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Dec 29, 7:17pm - #361308 
my front seat is stuck

my front passenger seat wont slide anymore - its stuck as far back as it can go - has this happened to anyone, and if so how'd you fix it??

thanks

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Virgilson
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Dec 29, 8:14pm - #361309 
try sitting on it..then use the lever and use your legs and feet to push and pull yourself back and forth

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Dec 30, 7:40pm - #361310 
This hasn't happened to ANYONE before confused

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Dec 30, 7:55pm - #361311 
i was going to say what Virglson said confused


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Dec 30, 9:02pm - #361312 
You mighta slid back too far on the track. Try some sorta lube, and having someone pushfrom the back seat.

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Dec 31, 7:12am - #361313 
Originally Posted by corruptor
You mighta slid back too far on the track. Try some sorta lube, and having someone pushfrom the back seat.


Yeah. Lube it up real nice, and have some one push from the back.
(hahahahahaha...that sounds soo fucking wrong)

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Dec 31, 3:11pm - #361314 
Originally Posted by celicat23
Originally Posted by corruptor
You mighta slid back too far on the track. Try some sorta lube, and having someone pushfrom the back seat.


Yeah. Lube it up real nice, and have some one push from the back.
(hahahahahaha...that sounds soo fucking wrong)



hahahaha is right...

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Jan 1, 2:30pm - #361315 
no but mine did the opposite. the seat just slid around. i took the seat out and noticed a spring had fallen off. try taking the seat out and seeing anything obvious.


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