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Plastic along sides of seats have cracked thought this might be a common problem

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  • Suzy1122 Aug 07, 2008

    so how do I fix them? Any ideas?

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This i a common problem actually, from wear and tear of passengers sitting there, and also from constant temperature change from hot to cold. (parked in a hot spot for hours and then having air conditioning blasted into the passenger area

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