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The braceing in the back of the seat broke or is bent

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The bar to lower the spare wheel is located under the back seat. The back seat is a 60/40 split seat and the bar is under the 60 longer seat. You need to pull the lever at the top of the seat near the head rest and lean it forward as far as it will go and then pull another lever at the base of the seat facing the door, Then lean that part of the seat forward to reveal the spare wheel lowering bar sitting in 2 clips. Take that bar to the back of the car and lift the tailgate. Just to the right of the latch that locks the tailgate in place is a hole to suit the bar. slide the bar all the way home and use the tyre lever to wind (anti clockwise)the spare wheel down. You're welcome.

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The driver seat on my 2001 Toyoto Corolla leans back too much. I'd like to sit a bit more upright while driving, and so it's uncomfortable. The passenger seat is a lot better. I took it to a


You make up seat back stops out of some type
of hard plastic to move the seat back forward

If you have no stops on each corner, then the seat
comes out,upholstory off & some TIG Welding takes
place to modify to your likeing

You could shim the rear mounting brackets
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cushion will feel odd

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Remove front seat from 2005 ford five hundred


Move the seat all the way forward and remove the two bolts going into the cross bar in the back. Move the seat all the way back and remove the plastic covers where the front feet of the seat meet the floor. Remove the two bolts going into the floor. Lean the seat back and disconnect the electrical connectors.Lean the seat sideways so that the outside part is facing up and remove the nut holding the seatbelt to the seat and take off the seatbelt. The seat is now free to be removed from the car.

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Driver seat will move foward but will do all other position


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you can get to the wiring block under seat. isolate wiring from motor 1 of three, (middle motor- foward back, front motor - front seat base up / down, back motor - back seat base up /down) does it work of mem. buttons? or when u lean seat foward (entry assist).

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How do I put down back seat in Chrysler LeBaron


position the seat as you know it fits best - putting each bottom leg over the hole in the floor. Lean the seat forward like you wanted to just get to the back of it - like if you leaned a kitchen chair forward. Now be sure the bottom portion of the seat is down in the hole a little - one on each side and then simply lean the seat back to an upright position. If it doesn't slip in and click - try spraying WD 40 or better yet - get a can of white lithium grease and spray that into the holes. LOOK CLOSE and STUDY the bottom of the SEAT and the little holders in the FLOOR - it will come to you they simply sit and lock onto each other. To remove the seat -- at the bottom of the seat is a handle pull - some have one on each side. pull this.

You can do this I can assure you.

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2004 chevy. Heated seats will not stay on.


See GM TSB 05-08-143-001, If you have Adjustable pedals, especially if they dont; work with the memeory buttons, but function with thier own buttons. Its the Brake Pedal Position Sensor is shorted and mesing up the seat module which controls the heaters too. My 05 Suburban had the same issue.

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My driver seat on my 98 Toyota Camry keeps leaning back. It's not powered, its manual. I guess when I was leaning back to get my wallet out of my pants, I leaned back to hard and now it doesn't go back...


You have a broken seat frame.
You are going to have to have the seat removed form the car, the upholstry removed, and the broken metal frame re-welded. As to the costs, I would expect about $125-150 dollars.

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