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1999 Ford F250 Lariat lumbar control knobs

I need new lumbar control knobs for both front seats.
Both have the same knob and are no longer available
from the dealer.They have changed the design, and you have to buy the entire lumbar support system.All I need are
the knobs,the system works just fine.These knobs have some kind of clip on both sides that hold them on. I think
they just pull off, with a little help from long nose pliers.
Clip back on.??

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  • jclark383 May 19, 2009

    I have the same problem. 1999 (early model) super duty f-250. Both knobs missing. Just the orange tube remains with the splines. They turn and work. Just need the knobs.



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