Question about Chrysler Pacifica
I need the plastic cover for the second seat behind the driver seat for the seat back lever
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: driver power seat
Yes, that piece is called the "recline cover". You will need the trim color code from the vehicle identification plate on the inside driver's door frame to match the trim plastic color. This is going to be a dealer part or perhaps an ebay part but make sure the trim color is a match.
Posted on May 01, 2009
I have a 2005 Jeep Liberty and the smae lever that tilts the seat also moves it forward and back. Press forward or back on the switch. Also check for blown fuse or a loose wiring connector under the drivers seat. Good luck, Techjoel
Posted on Jun 07, 2009
Probablyt because the little wire cable that activates the release mechanisms on both sliders is broken, and therefor only allowing only one slider to release when you activate the seat adjusting lever, and leaving the other one engaged, preventing you from moving your seat. This is relatively easy to diagnose, if you know what to look for... Just try to see what all moves when you press your lever. See if there is a wire cable that is activated anywhere under your seat it should be relativley close to your lever and run across the open space to the opposite slider.
Posted on Apr 24, 2010
The seat can be disassembles the problem is the cable came off the levers handle and the back part of the seat were the handle is mounted has to be opened up the get to the parts, overwheit or srongly pushing on the seat while trying to chnge the adjustment is the reason for failure. Mosst shops don't have the right mechanics to take aprt seats but an aporstry shop will be able to tackel the job they have the right tools and practice to do thei s kind of work.
Posted on Jul 23, 2010
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