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You replace with another spring that has similar characteristics.

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Should only be 4 bolts holding it in ?, If You have the tools toremove lube up the frame , but be very careful about the recliner , usually a heavy duty Tension spring could get dangerous if you mess with it ! any Uposery shop should be able to fix it

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I have a 1994 F-250 xl, 5speed Manuel and its a gas job! I've only had it a few month and I've already had to change the release bearing 4 time(about once a month) why would the release bearing...


Release bearing are only supposed to work when you have your foot on the clutch pedal. If it keeps burning out then it is overworking. Some faults can be clutch pressure plate springs too strong. , Worn fingers on the pressure plate. No freeplay between clutch slave cyl and throwput arm. Faulty M/cyl or it can be as simple as driving with you foot resting on the clutch pedal instead of the foot rest

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Hi, i have a 1998 corolla. the recliner on the driver side no longer locks. when i lean back, the back rest automatically falls back. i removed the trim cover for the recliner handle and started removing...


The lock is likely stripped.This often happens when too much pressure is placed on the seat back and damages the ratchet mechanism.I would recommend replacing the seat frame

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How do i remove the front seats of a 1998 Pontiac Grand Prix?


On W-Body vehicles, the front seats are secured to the floorpan by two front hook attachments and two rear bolts installed to nuts welded to the floorpan.
The manually operated two-way front adjusters provides only fore and aft movement of the seat. When the seat adjuster handle located on the front seat is pulled up, the seat adjusters unlock, permitting travel of the seat. When the seat is in the desired position and the seat adjuster handle is released, the seat locks in place.
A power operated six-way seat adjuster is available. The adjusters are activated by three 12 volt, reversible, permanent magnet motors with a built-in circuit breaker. The motors are energized by a switch bolted on the seat side panel.
The three motors drive the front seat and rear vertical actuators and a horizontal actuator. When the adjusters reach the limit of travel, torque is absorbed through the rubber mounted grommets located between the motor and the support. An overload relay is provided in the circuit and will open should excessive stall be applied.
The optional 60/40 split bench front seats have seat back head restraints on the driver's and passenger's seat back. The head restraints are designed so they cannot be removed from the seat back without first inserting a small rounded tool inside the head restraint support tube to release the locking tab. The 60/40 split bench seat is equipped with a reclining mechanism on both the driver's and passenger's side. The recliner lever is located on the outboard side of the spring cushion. When the lever is pulled upward, the spring loaded dual linear reclining unit located in the cushion frame is released, allowing the seat back to be pushed rearward or allowing the spring loaded reclining unit to bring the seat back forward.
Bucket seats are equipped with manual reclining mechanisms. An optional six-way power seat adjuster is available. Some bucket seats are equipped with inertia seat back locks. This system allows the seat back to fold forward without requiring the occupant to release a locking lever or access to the rear seat area. During a sudden stop or deceleration, or if the front of the vehicle is nose down, the inertia system of the seat back lock will engage, holding the seat back in its rest position. A release lever is provided to allow manual release of the seat back lock when the vehicle is in the nose down position. The release lever is located at the lower rear outboard corner of the seat back.
Some W-Body vehicles (notably Pontiac coupes) have passenger front seats equipped with an E-Z Entry device. This is actuated, in an unoccupied seat, by completely folding the seat back forward disengaging the adjuster, and sliding the front seat forward to gain access to the rear seat area. To return the seat to its normal position, return the seat back to its rest position, and slide the entire seat rearward, engaging the adjuster.
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only 4 bolts hold the seat in they may have a plastic cover on them that can be popped off with a screwdriver.remove the bolts and lean the seat back check the wires going to the motor and make sure it has power going to it.Don't know of any way to manually recline the seat without taking it apart.

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usually not. seat is electric and adjusts to extent allowed by that. Passenger seat has a back release on it though.

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hi this sounds like the coiled spring that is enclosed behind the cover where the recline lever is it has either broken or the pin it locates on has snapped or spring has for some reason slipped its fastening ? try removing cover and investigate the spring and its locator points

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Passenger seat 2006 vw jetta


I don't remember which knob adjusts that area for the seat but if it's like the one I used to own, much older model, it had a turn knob on the side of the back rest that you had to actually turn to get it to do that recline position. Look at your seat and see if it has a large knob on the side of the back rest and if it does, turn it until the seat reclines. I think it does. but not sure. if it doesn't then look on the side of the seat by the door for a lever there to see if that is the lever to make the seat recline. Vw has more than one knob most of the time. you can also check your owner's manual for seat adjusting and it should tell you something.

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The seat position is changed through the use of a cable that runs through a flexible tunnel, under the seat. In one case that I'm aware of, this cable got stuck around a projecting seat spring under the seat. When the seat was reclined and moved backward or forward, the cable caught on the seat spring and the seat had insufficient slack in the cable to release from the reclined position.

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