Question about Volvo 960
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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