Question about 1998 Volvo V90
SEAT MOTOR DRIVE CABLE CAME DISCONNECTED.a COMMON PROBLEM. CUT THE CABLE END TO TRIM UP ,REINSERT AND RE CRIMP.
Posted on Jun 20, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you will need to check to make sure no coins fell into the track and is jammed it if not you will need to replace the bottom frame of the seat possible with a junk yard one much cheaper than buying new and junkyard frames come complete.
Posted on Jan 08, 2009
maybe you got pennies money stuck in the track if not you got 1 motor for that the motor goes in a assembly in there you have 2 cable a left and a right lock under the seat you probably got the right cale disconnect sometime there stuff that push under the seat and push that cable off if its that just push the cable back in let me know and please if you can take the time to rate this thank you pierre
p.s when you try to put the cable back in dont force to mush
Posted on Jun 29, 2008
SOURCE: rear passenger side seat belt
On my 96 I was able to lift the bottom of the seat enough to remove the lower seatbelt mount bolt, once the seat is up it will pull out. Sew a button where the original plastic disc was which prevents the seatbelt from retracting to far. Re-install bottom mount bolt.
Posted on Sep 18, 2008
SOURCE: Volvo '97 960 electric front
If you can hear the seat motor working, and the seat will not move back and is only affecting one side, there is a very good
chance that an object is resting in or on the seat rail, and is preventing the seat to move. You may have a coin stuck in the track, or possibly another small object. It may be difficult to see. I have seen this problem many times, and each time, there was always something blocking the seat movement....coins were number one.
Posted on Sep 11, 2010
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