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Drivers power seat, in the most back position of the seat travel it is ok, but when we move the seat forward to any position it will move back and forth about a .5 inches. Is there a fix for this or do I look for a power seat replacement?

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The problem is probably mechanical. unbolt the seat and do a visual while operating the controls. something is loose or may be broken. I thing it may be a simple obstruction preventing the latch from engaging

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