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Squeaky drivers seat backrest

Back of seat "squeaks" inside the centre (lumbar) section suggesting that the interior of the seat is broken? I am looking for repairer or replacement seat please. Thanks - Phil

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you will need to take it to an upholsterer - have them remove the skin of the seat and install a new one - then put the seat back in.

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get a bolt on backrest and turn it around so the back of the passangers backrest is on backwards.
flip the pad to the backside of the backrest and there ya go.

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The manual support linkage has become disengaged or may have broken. Check to see which is the case and make repairs

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Remove the button & resolve that part of the issue,
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