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The adjustable lumbar support is not working on my 2004 Camry. It is stuck in the out position. How will the dealer fix it?

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SOURCE: how do you adjust the lumbar support on a 2004 deville

some do some do not, on drivers side, approx. hip location, on side of seat, round control is located, press control for different positions of lumbar support

Posted on May 20, 2009

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I had the same problem on my 2003 Toyota Camry. The threaded drive screws are what spin underneath the seat and cause the seat to move back and forth (same way a garage door opens or closes). When the seat gets all the way in the forward position, the threading on the drive screws ends, which causes the bolts connected to the seat to jam and get stuck. It should sound like the motor is trying to turn but it won't, it just clicks. Un-jam the bolts and rotate them one rotation from the all the way forward position to ensure your seat is reinstalled straight.

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May be that switch is not working right...

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You will need a trim shop to replace the inflatable bladder for the support if no other leaks are found..

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The manual support linkage has become disengaged or may have broken. Check to see which is the case and make repairs

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