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The driver seat of my 01 4runner will only move about half as far as the passanger seat. Should it go further forward? is there a way to adjust it so it will go further forward?


They should be on the exact same tracks. I am guessing that there is some object...small that is....that has lodged itself in your track and is preventing the driver's seat from going forward. I also would get some good lubricant in there too to lube it up.

You can take the seat out. There are four bolts that hold it to the the floor. Take them out and disconnect the electric connection that connects the seat belt to the dash. Once out, you can see more clearly what the problem is.

Aug 25, 2014 | 2001 Toyota 4Runner

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Sunroof will not close all the way


Try cleaning the tracks followed by some silicone based lube in hinges and slides.

May 11, 2012 | 1999 Nissan Quest

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Front seat will not slide forward? The seat will move up and down, tilt, and the lumbar works? Even the heated/cooling seat works? What do I need to look for and how do I fix it:?


The power seat in the truck has 3 motors, one of them is not working, the most common cause of this is the power seat switch is defective, it is often the forward and reverse seat positioning switch that fails because it is the one that is most used. If the switch checks ok then you will need to replace the the power seat track assembly, Ford does not sell any parts for the track, it is only available as one complete unit, I know this because i retired form a Ford dealer. Please rate my help for Fixya. Thanks

Dec 29, 2011 | 2007 Ford Expedition Eddie Bauer EL

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My seat belt no work on my 93 nissan quest how i can fix them?


Ere is no safe way of repairing a seat belt mechanism. You'll have to replace them. If you're referring to the latch,age sure there is no dirt or debris stuck inside.

Mar 06, 2011 | 1993 Nissan Quest

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Seat belt is skipping and making a studdering noise and stuck in the door closed possision


try lubing the long track. It's like a garage door opener. If it still acts up, I would leave it in the closed psoition and unplug the connector. Then just unhook it like the lap belt. These parts are obsolete. There are just a few new on Ebay.

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Mar 04, 2011 | 1995 Mercury Villager

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1995 nissan quest GXE: Power seat belts stopped working.


the passive restraints control module is behind the panel by the gas pedal.

The fuse is a 30 amp fuse taht also controls power window. in battery box under hood in front of battery. chart on cover.
then it goes through left hand circuit breaker which is behind leftkick panel above fuse panel I think. there are 2 circuit breakers next to each other.

May 22, 2009 | 1995 Nissan Quest

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The electronic control for moving the seat back


Sometimes a coin gets trapped in the track, remove the seat and check, and clean and lube the track, some times all it needs is a little lube, or it might be the seat motor that is bad, you have to unbolt the seat to find out.

Mar 17, 2009 | 1999 Lincoln Town Car

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2000 NISSAN QUEST


it is probably the idler pulley bearing coming apart from lack of lube (worn out).

go to this site for repair instructions
http://autos.groups.yahoo.com/group/villagerquest/

Dec 01, 2008 | 2000 Nissan Quest

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