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The power seat won't go all the way back. I had

The power seat won't go all the way back. I had the back seat down and "backed up" the front seat into the back seat. Ever since then it (the front seat) doesn't go all the way back, and my now knees are too close to the dashboard.

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  1. Pull up on front seat back head restraint (611A08) . Compress foam in area of front seat head rest guide rod sleeves (610A16) .
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