Question about 2011 Mini Cooper
Check under the seat where the guide rails are and look tovsee if the wire underneath is pulling to release both sides of the seat on the rails or one side. If it's not releasing both sides you have to check to make sure there is nothing stuck in the guide rails (coins perhaps). If all is clear you'll have to adjust the rod or cable that attaches to the lever of the seat to make it release both sides so the seat unlocks and moves easily.
Posted on Feb 21, 2012
Testimonial: "Turns out there was a pen stuck in the rail, I still had to take it in because the mini is small and hard for me to get down and work on due to my disabilities. but at least I was able to see what the problem was. Thanks for the help!"
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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