Question about 1991 Pontiac Bonneville
Had exactly the same problem. Hacked a solution, disconnected the flexible cable from the motor. Problem was the nylon drive gear was stripped. Just twisted the cable by hand to desired position ( wife's car) to fit her. Left cable detached and accessible under the seat if needed again. Big tussel getting the seat removed. GM has a very large strange torx screw holding the seat belt mount which has to be removed. Other strangeness the front 2 seat mount bolts were metric. The rear 2 were US SAE standard. Other strangness one bolt was never installed at factory ?? Was probably close to lunch time at the seat place. If you want to repair fully you should get a used ? motor as I think the wholw motor housing was rather crimped and built into th seat frame. That's probably why I did the "manual hack" works well for a year now. Now window motors are another sad story.
(inner door pannel is welded in place) need to cut for access - Dealer quited $500 - window is rather still closed.
Posted on Aug 21, 2009
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