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I have a 98 Mitsubishi eclipse and the driver seat is malfunctioning it doesn't stay in one angle when tilted.

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Thats your gear and the break in your seat adjustor its slipping or some cogs have worn off its easy to fix by buying a new gear or break or wire what ever one is broken but you can easily fix this

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