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Hi - I have a much loved 2004 SAAB 93 Aero sedan.

Hi - I have a much loved 2004 SAAB 93 Aero sedan. When I put on the brakes or slow down the drivers seat clicks and move a little. It is really annoying and is getting worse. I have checked all bolts and they are tight and the rails appear ok, However where the lumbar section of the seat meets the bottom seat there appears some movement. Is there anything I can do and is this a inherent SAAB problem??
Thanks for any help you can advise me on.

Kindest regards Darren

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This has been happenning on my 2006 Saab 9-3 2.0 T also for about 2-3 months also. I have had no clues until today I learnt by accident that the lumbar support on my car's driver seat does not work anymore. Which means that there are broken strings/wires inside the seat and that move on braking and make clicking sound. I haven't checked my seat's lumbar support but will do soon.

Try your lumbar support adjustment and see if it is moving freely, that means it not adjusting the lumbar support. If that's the case, that may be the cause of the clicking/slight-movement of the seat.

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