Question about 2000 Chevrolet Venture
The seat goes every way but forward easily. The only way to get it to go forward is to physically push the seat.
Is there a part that can be replaced to make everything work. I'm 5'1" and this gets really old!
Check seat tracks underneath to make sure there is nothing jammed in it...I've removed socks, gloves, rags and candy boxes from seat tracks. After making sure they are clear, you can put some grease on them. If this fails to work, seat motor is going away. Likely easier job for you to get a seat from a wreck, than to mess with a motor. seat is generally four bolts and a harness poug.
Posted on Mar 11, 2009
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