Question about 2003 Toyota Camry
I found this post area while looking for a way to fix my stuck 2001 Camry LE drivers seat. Sure enough, while engaging the seat motor (it could be heard making an initial clikc), I hit the front rails a coupel time prettysolidly with a rubber mallet. That fixed it!
Thanks to all for providing a quick fand easy way to get the seat moving again!
Posted on Aug 22, 2010
I was having the exact same problem. I pushed the driver's side power seat all the way forward to look for something under the chair. I tried everything to push it back but I couldn't. So, I tried solution # 3 in this blog and it actually work for me.
Posted on Oct 29, 2010
I took ktirko's advice used a dum
dum hammer it worked great I can let my midget driver go now.
Thank you Ktirko
Posted on Aug 19, 2010
I am having the same problem. Maybe Toyota needs to have a recall on the driver seat in the Camry.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2002 Camry won't accelerate
check throttle position sensor wire chewed up, broken wire or unplugged? check with volt meter mesure the voltage @ throttle positon sensor see if there's voltage goes up/down when u apply/release gas.
Posted on Aug 21, 2009
SOURCE: power seat won't move backwards
I had the same problem some one on one of the web-sites solved his problem by banging on the track rail in the front while pushing the seat button back after a good few bangs it unjamed and works great now .I feel like I saved at least $1500 by dealer rates.
Posted on Aug 19, 2010
I just had the same problem. When the seat is powered all the forward, one of the worm drives reached the end of its travel and jammed against the threaded block that it passes through. To fix this the seat has to be unbolted and tipped back. There are four tiny 6mm bolts that hold the motor plate in. Remove these and the motor will come out. The worm drive is bolted in at one end and has a set pin at the other. Remove the worm drive and use a couple of vice grips or equivalent to loosen the threaded block from the worm drive.
Posted on Jun 21, 2009
This is not necessary...as many have stated...use a hammer with switch in reverse position. Hammer the seat back...it will catch...
Posted on Aug 07, 2011
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