Question about 1998 Pontiac Bonneville
An option for you to consider is buying a used seat. It might be cheaper, easier to find, and easier to replace than trying to find parts for your seat then paying labor to remove the seat, disassemble the seat, replace the part, and put it all back together.
There are many of these cars on the road and the used seat should be pretty easy to find. You will probably get lucky and find one the same color, with the same options, and possibly better overall condition than your current seat.
Any local auto salvage/recycling yard should be able to help you out.
Posted on Oct 11, 2010
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