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Bent mechanism on seat slider #1630854
20/03/2019 16:23
20/03/2019 16:23
Joined: Jun 2007
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respace Offline OP
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respace  Offline OP
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I've bought some replacement seats, the passenger seat will not move backwards or forwards, on closer examination it appears the mechanism is bent thus preventing movement. My question is there a way of transferring the seat base mechanism? There doesn't appear any way into them. Failing this it's a trip to the garage to see if they can bend it back into position.

Re: Bent mechanism on seat slider [Re: respace] #1631328
01/04/2019 13:47
01/04/2019 13:47
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Hi Respace,

Bent in the bar you press to release the seat?

Or in the seat runners? Undoing the seat by the four anchor points and removing it allows you freedom to access.



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