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Is there some way I can seal a leak in the lumbar support of the front seats. What happens is when I inflate the lumbar support, it deflates in a matter of minutes. I wondered if I can't just seal the leaking connector. What do you think? Thanks, MacLeanShaks

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Hi, try and remove the side plastic panel that encloses the switch and you will find the 1/4" supply tube that maybe partially connected which is causing the leak. Try to reconnected the tube by simply pushing it back on the fitting and if that does not solve the problem, you may need to replace it..

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