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My right rear seat mechanism is jammed on left side of seat. I cannot get it to line up like the right side of seat. How do i get it back where it needs to be? It is a 2000 Toyota Sienna Larry

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You can take a thorx socket and remove the seat to align it in its tracks then reinstall it. Hope this helps tim

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