Question about Mitsubishi Outlander
SOURCE: a4 convertible drivers seat.
I have had the exact same problem , the actaual cause of the seat not sliding back is due to the small cable retaing clip which fastens at the underneath of the seat this is a very common problem and is very trickY to get to as you say the rear panel appers to need to come off , it does not, you axs the small clip from removeing the liners at the very bottom of the seat where there is a footwell light , when you axs this area you be able to get to the clip or the actaul cable ,to which ever is broken,,
Posted on Jun 07, 2009
SOURCE: seat lever broken
you have to remove seat from car and turn it over and from there u can access the fasteners and easy from there, take digital pic before taking apart as reference
Posted on Jul 08, 2009
most headlight assemblys use 2 or 3 screws as well as your ''twinkie''.if a piece of the lock lever is still in there,remove the screws & be prepared to wiggle it some.cursing at it couldn't hurt.
Posted on Sep 22, 2009
remove the seat release handle cover (1 screw) and you will see the handle sitting on a pivot point that allows it to be pulled up,the cable holder brakes so it needs to be replaced,get some long nose pliers to attach the cable to the new handle and set it in place,there is a small return spring that needs to be attached (be careful not to drop it)it goes on the small hole on handle-good luck
Posted on Dec 09, 2009
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