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The plastic piece that is on the back of my passenger seat is loose and I can't get it to snap back in place. Is there a way to "snap" it back in place? Or a piece that might have broken off? I don't want to it fall off completely if I can avoid that.

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    yadayada Aug 23, 2010

    can u post a picture please of this broken piece

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Use chemical metal to fill were the broken clip sits in, hold on for 10min till it drys or heavy duty bonding glue from your local auto suppliers.

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    nickfm77 Mar 31, 2013

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