Question about 1999 Chevrolet Silverado 1500
If the seat has electric motor un plug and remove seat. You will see a long threaded rod that moves the seat front to back. Use Teflon washers to take out the movement and replace the seat. I did this on my 1999 passenger seat and now the driver side is moving. I plan to do it as soon as I get the time. B. Campbell
Posted on Sep 21, 2012
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.
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