Question about 2000 Chrysler Sebring
Well you can please follow the below steps -
1. Lean into the backseat of the car behind the driver's seat. Shine a flashlight underneath the driver's seat and use a mirror to inspect the horizontal fore/aft adjuster screws. These screws can be identified as the long and horizontally placed screws underneath the seat.
2. Remove the power seat by loosening and removing the bolts that keep it connected to the floor. 3. Use a clean, wire brush to clean any mechanism that appears oxidized. Toggle the seat adjuster switch in both directions to clean all visible and non-visible parts. Toggling will also help you determine if the cleaning has restored full functionality. 4.Use a generous amount of grease to coat the adjuster screw mechanisms.
5. Turn the adjuster seat switch on and off. Try all of its functions to make sure that they're all operational.
6. Replace the vehicle seat. Make sure the fasteners are torqued to 61 Nm (45 foot pounds) to ensure that the power seat will work optimally. Post comments if further you have the same problem.....
Posted on Jul 06, 2010
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