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The back of the seat is quite wobbly (like rocks side to side) is it meant to be?

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I have a wobbling back end seat leon 1.9 tdi 2008 plate


wobbling from the rear end can be from worn suspension rubbers in the control arms. Normally it is from belt separation in the tyres and bulges in the side walls
I take it that it is a front wheel drive with no diff action at the rear.
another point may be that the rear brakes are grabbing ( out of round drums or warped discs) that is causing the vehicle to react as if the rear is loose.

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What would cause my car to wobble and then have steering probles


don't drive it until you get this figured out. If you can jack up each wheel, first check all 4 tires for bulging or cracks. They should all be round and run true, no wobbles. Check that wheel nuts are tight on all 4 wheels. Check for top to bottom movement, and side to side, there should be very little movement. Do this by grabbing the tire top and bottom, side to side and rock back and forth. If these things all check out, you may have more serious problems. You didn't say what the symptoms are, so hard to guess. Make sure power steering fluid is topped up, a little hard to do as you have to move the radiator overflow tank out of the way. If you can't do all this yourself, get someone to look at it who knows what they are doing.

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If the head rest is down and hasn't been moved in quite a while the guides may be corroded or rusty from moisture. A flat bar or large screwdriver with any sharp edges filed down or taped to avoid upholstery damage may be inserted between the seat back and headrest and rocked up and down like a seesaw near each end of the headrest to get it to move. If it starts to move you can add spacers to keep squeezing the headrest up until it moves more freely. If the headrest is part way up it may be cocked one way and jamming. just give it a whack or two side to side to see if it helps to free it. If you do get it out wipe a little silicone lube on the shafts with a rag to help keep it moving.

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I saw once a wooden rocking chair but it had a woven seat which was so much more comfortable than plain wood. Any ideas where I can find one?


Wooven seats and backs on traditional wooden rocking chairs are not found in most furniture stores. But I came across this one with a woven seat and back rest for $140. http://www.therockingchaircompany.com/Woven-Rocking-Chair-Black-p/ph-cy2272-b.htm

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No the grey recline / remove button on the back of the Zapp Xtra seat unit cannot be repaired. It would be a case of replacing the seat unit.

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We closed up the swing for storage now we need to use it and the seat is wobbly any ideas where to tighten screws?


The main ones to tighten are the ones on the legs that you can see. What makes it really wobbly are the legs not being balanced or spaced apart wide enough. They should be extended out enough for them to be resting on the side of the top where they enter the motor housing, and the feet should be relatively flat on the floor. Push them out (don't force them of course) then use your foot to nudge them out until they're stable enough for your needs. I found it also helps to set this up on a carpet instead of bare wood floor. The swinging motion can sometimes rock the legs up/out a little and make it look unstable.

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2005 Vulcan 1600 Classic; having problems with the steering lock. It won't lock/unlock at times. Flooded with WD40, but still does it. Any help? Also ever since new has a steering wobble when decelerating...


When you go to lock it or unlock the steering give the bars a little wiggle while turning the key. Somtime the rod that goes into the hole gets gummed up. As for the front end wobble I would take a look at the wheel to see if it has gotten bent or if you have lost a wheel weight. Also check the wheel bearings buy getting the front wheel off the ground and hold the front end from moving and grab the top and bottom of the wheel and see if there is any side to side rocking movment. If there is stop riding the bike and get them replaced.

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How do you change the back 4 spark plugs on a sho 1997


i belive you have to remove the upper intake, try loosinging the front motormount first (Take the bolt out) so the engine rocks. leave it in park or gear and push the car forward or back so the engine rocks and u may get in w. a wobble socket.

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BMW Z3 SPORTS CAR 1998


its the dreaded seat rock syndrome, plenty of fixes on the forums, basically you have to replace spacers in set drive mechanism. I did with the help of a friend after ordring bushes and it was quite easy.

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