Question about Renault 181
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The armrest bolt takes a torx wrench but you can use an allen wrench if you have one that fits just right. When you pull it off, you will see a rod sticking out of the side of the seat with a little set screw threaded all the way thru it. That adjusts the height of the armrest. Turn it down some more and your armrest should sit more parellel. There is a bushing in there too that keeps the armrest from wobbling. Mine is broke and the armrest wobbles a little but at least it sits straight. Try that, it should work for you.
Posted on Feb 21, 2010
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