Somehow, the Manual driver's seat has become locked in it's most rear postion. Upon closer inspection, I can't see any cause for it not to be able to slide freely on the track. no debris in its path, nor is the seat broken. The left side disnegages totally, which alllows the seat to inch fwd several inches, but the right side dosen't move at all and thus the seat remains locked in its rear most track. my legs are long, but this is getting uncomfortable! thanks.
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Not a description that gives me a mental image of what isn't happening. Seat (mechanical) mechanisms are generally reliable and give little bother other than return springs which become weak, detached or break. Often such a fault only becomes obvious when the seat is removed for closer inspection.
Seats with pneumatic, hydraulic or electrical functions have a different set of problems, often rooted in lack of use, damp, dusty and dirty operating environment or advancing age
I think you should go for manual first after that it will be easy for u to solve your problem. I had visited this site past 2 months before for my vehicle and find it quite helpful may be you will also get something useful here 2002 Nissan Pathfinder
You don't idicate whether it's a power or manual seat. Assuming it's a manual seat there is a link between the rails under the seat. It can become disconnected preventing the right rail lock from unlocking.
I had a similar problem. I noticed one of my door handles (passenger side) had a little key engraved on it with a small slot under it. I inserted my key into that slot to pry the cover out. Underneath was a hidden keyhole which fit the pathfinder key perfectly and opened the passenger door. I could not find this solution in the manual - so simple - yet stressful.
The driver's side rear fuse block is located under the rear seat on the driver's side of the vehicle. The rear seat cushion must be removed to access the rear fuse block. See "Removing the Rear Seat Cushion" listed previously.
To access the fuse block, push in the two tabs located at each end of the fuse block cover. Then lift the cover off...
The trunk release cable runs along the inside edge of the car, under the carpet, on the driver side. It then snakes up over the metal under the rear seat, and then into the trunk, running along the trunk hinge/arm, driver's side. You will need to remove the rear seat bottonm and the seat back, and pull the carpet back on the driver's side to see the cable... More below:
-------> Before you do all of that, unbolt the latch handle and see if the plastic tab on the latch that holds the cable is broken; the cable release wires rarely fail, I replace handle assemblies regularly, never a cable. Maybe you just need a handle assby. Feel free to comment back if you need more assistance; Thanks for choosing FixYa.