Question about 1996 Volvo 960
My passenger side front seat on my 1996 volvo 960 seems is doing a very similar action. It reclines just fine, but when attempting to go forward and back, one of the tracks starts to move the seat but the other side won't move causing the seat to rotate a little until it simply stops. Haven't had time to investigate the track to see if something is blocking it, but will attempt that first. Thanks
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1996 Volvo 960 starter
is in the middle by the drivers side.
you wont be able to replace it from top.
you will have to remove it from underneath the car.
it will be aroud 12 - 15 inches from bottom to top of vehicle, by the drivers side
Posted on May 29, 2008
maybe you got pennies money stuck in the track if not you got 1 motor for that the motor goes in a assembly in there you have 2 cable a left and a right lock under the seat you probably got the right cale disconnect sometime there stuff that push under the seat and push that cable off if its that just push the cable back in let me know and please if you can take the time to rate this thank you pierre
p.s when you try to put the cable back in dont force to mush
Posted on Jun 29, 2008
remove the ash tray and holder from rear of praking brake cover.use a screw driver and hammer to tap sleeve to free from adjusting screw, now adjust the cable. hope this helps.
Posted on Jan 30, 2010
These cars feature great engines, so-so interior bits (peeling door panels), crappy electronics (poor solder joints in components) and problematic climate control.
I would get a 940 or 940 turbo over a 960 and I own two 960's currently. (as well as a 940T). The 940's have much simpler engine systems and are very robust. The engine is a non-interference design so a broken timing belt doesn't ruin the engine. Parts on the 940 are about half of what the 960 is....I could go on.
Posted on Jun 13, 2010
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