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Squeaky front seat - 2003 Toyota 4Runner

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    joe_holden Jan 14, 2013

    sorry, it posted before I added any description.... So, the driver's seat is getting more and more squeaky. Is this a common problem w/ an easy solution? I have envisioned having to take the seat out and looking for spots to lubricate. Anyone have experience or ideas on this problem? Thanks.



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Grease the rails it sits on and move the seat back and forth till the noise goes away and also this will lubricated for ever : )

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