My 2001 jeep wrangler's passenger seat won't move up or back
It was working properly when a passenger was let into the back. After arriving at our destination, it didn't work to let her out. I can't see anything underneath that could be stopping it. It there some kind of release?
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sure air bags
the right set has air back passenger sensors
the air bag system will go in to alarm with wires pulled
get the dealer to fix that.
you should of negotiated that up front on day 1 buy.
you might get just the back of seat off. only
and not remove lower.
but that is your call.
Before you do any of the expensive things disconnect and reconnect the wiring to the seat I had the same exact problem with my 2009 Chevy Impala and was ready to take it to the dealer when I disconnected the power cables to it and reconnected them I found that one of the Harnesses was loose and the problem was solved
If the seat has a lever to allow entry to rear seat the fnt seat back and seat roll foward[2 door jeep]. Move the seat back back to normal and push loose seat all the way foward and then all the way back.let me know if that helps
The 99 TJ Wrangler has the Jack strapped to the floor board under the passenger seat, tilt the passenger seat forward toward the glove box like you would if your were getting into the back seat and then you should see it strapped to the floor directly under the seat.......My guess is that if the Jack is not there then it's probably missing if you purchased the Jeep used from someone else.
seats are just bolted in by 4 bolts usually 14or 15mm take out the seats the one seat that doesn t make any noise is the motor the second seat that you hear making noise should be the link check connections first though it could be aconnection probelm/ Please rate my response thank you very much
Bolting it in a third row seat? that'd be fairly easy...just need something solid to anchor it to (like a thick piece of metal) on the underside to put the bolt through. do the same with seat [lap] belts and that should solve any law issues (actually some states i believe don't "require" rear seat passengers to be belted in, but I'd strongly suggest it for the kids safety!)...my big question is where are you finding enough room for a 3rd row seat? wranglers aren't exactly loaded on space...
as for torque...wrangler seats are fully removable (makes it easy to wash mud and stuff out) so as long as the bolts tighten down (air gun preferably, but you can arm twist em if need be) you'll be fine, just make sure everything is as secure/sturdy as the factory seats
look under the drivers seat there is a plug that may be unplugged or broken this is what tells the light to stay on plug it in or try unplugging it and see what happens, on some of the 200 and up models the seat belt light may have some affect on airbags working properly, I have not found this to be the case on 97 model.