Question about 1996 Volvo 960
It was a simple fix. Tilt the seat all the way back. The front/back motor is the second from front. Take off the piece that holds the cable to the motor. Mine was just loose. I out it back in and it started working. I read you may have to shorten the black sheathing that houses the cable. This would be easy as well. Just remove thye metal piece and cut some of the black off and re-attatch the metal piece. Re-assemble and enjoy the fact you did not give the dealer 300 dollars.
Posted on Jul 04, 2008
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