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Replacement front seats for a Morgn 4/4

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Please can anyone help?
I want to replace the front seats of my Morgan 4/4 (1991) at a reasonable cost with some that provide better lateral support. All of the ones that I have looked at seem to be too wide, eveb those that stress that they are narrow.
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Get a set of recaro seats .... they have an extensive line of seats

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Well, this good to be interesting to say the least, and probably long as well. By my gm. service information your going to need to take out the front bucket seats so the sides of the console can come off.


Remove the left front seat . Refer to Bucket Seat Replacement .



1



Front Floor Console Extension Panel



2



Retainer Clip (Qty: 5) same for right side.



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Component Name






Preliminary Procedure

Remove the right front seat. Refer to Bucket Seat Replacement .







1





Front Floor Console Extension Panel







2





Retainer Clip (Qty: 5)








Front Floor Console Accessory Trim Plate Assembly


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2



Retainer Clips (Qty: 5)



Remove the front floor console accessory trim plate. Refer to Front Floor Console Accessory Trim Plate Replacement.



1



Front Floor Console Accessory Housing Screw (Qty: 2)




Notice: Refer to Fastener Notice in the Preface section.




Tighten

2 N?·m (18 lb in)



2



Front Floor Console Accessory Housing Assembly


Procedure




  1. Disconnect the electrical connectors.


  2. When replacing the front floor console accessory housing assembly, transfer all necessary components





  1. Remove the rght or left front floor console extension panel. Refer to Front Floor Console Extension Panel Replacement - Right Side or Front Floor Console Extension Panel Replacement - Left Side .


  2. Remove the front floor console cup holder housing. Refer to Front Floor Console Cup Holder Housing Replacement .



1



Front Floor Console Rear Trim Panel Screw (Qty: 1)




Notice: Refer to Fastener Notice in the Preface section.




Tighten

2 N?·m (18 lb in)



2



Front Floor Console Rear Trim Panel



3



Retainer Clip (Qty: 4)


Preliminary Procedures


  1. Remove the front floor console accessory trim plate. Refer to Front Floor Console Accessory Trim Plate Replacement .


  2. Remove the right and left front floor console fillers. Refer to Front Floor Console Filler Replacement .



1



Front Floor Console Armrest Assembly Bolt (Qty: 4)




Notice: Refer to Fastener Notice in the Preface section.




Tighten

9 N?·m (80 lb in)



2



Front Floor Console Armrest Assembly


Procedure

Position the armrest assembly out of the way leaving the electrical harness attached.



3



Front Floor Upper Console Trim Plate


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Lift the rear of the trim plate first, releasing the retainers securing the trip plate to the console assembly.



4



Retainer Clips (Qty: 4)



Front Floor Console Replacement (Enclave)





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  1. Remove the front floor console accessory trim plate. Refer to Front Floor Console Accessory Trim Plate Replacement .


  2. Remove the right and left front floor console extension panels. Refer to Front Floor Console Extension Panel Replacement - Right Side and Front Floor Console Extension Panel Replacement - Left Side .


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1





Front Floor Console Screw (Qty: 2)




Notice: Refer to Fastener Notice in the Preface section.




Tighten

2 N?·m (18 lb in)







2





Front Floor Console Bolt (Qty: 10)




Tip

Before installing the right lower forward bolt, ensure that the console wiring harness is tucked below the fastener location to avoid driving the bolt into the harness.




Tighten

9 N?·m (80 lb in)







3





Front Floor Console Assembly


Procedure



  1. Note location and routing of the front floor console wiring harness prior to removal of the front floor console assembly to ensure proper reinstallation.


  2. Disconnect the electrical connectors.


  3. With the aid of an assistant remove the console assembly from the vehicle.


  4. When replacing the front floor console, transfer all necessary components.





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