Razor V3 will not ring with the battery cover on-take it off, call ring thru. I can squeeze the front and back covers together and it rings. Otherwise, the call are shown as missed calls. What can I do? D. Gibbs
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Unless you are a very advanced DIY'er, only venture this. I have removed, HAD repaired , and replaced many seat covers over the ears, and unless you own a air of hog-ring pliers, you will play hecktiger getting i back together. Having said that, and I have not done a 2011 Camaro, (they are all similar) this is what I "see":
Disconnect any electrical connections.
From the floor, disconnect the 4 bolts holding the seat into the car. If the seat belts are threaded or attached to the seat, disconnect them.
Take the seat out, being careful not to ban or scrape anything in the process.
Lay the seat upside down on a covered bench (an old blanket will do) The underside of the seat will be exposed so you can see the springs and the Hog Ring Connections. Here is where t gets fun: with a pair of pliers in one hand (BTW- a hog ring looks like a circle of wire with sharp points on each ending. It starts as a staple, but when crimped, becomes a little circle about a half-inch in diameter) and a screwdriver or another pair of pliers, move the ring so you can see the points. You will twist each ring, and there are a lot of them, so as to open them up and roll them out of the leatherette like one would do to unhook a hook. Inside the leatherette at that connection is a long wire that is sewn into the fabric for reinforcement. These connections hold everything tight when it gos back together and must be replaced the exact same way or the new leatherette will rip and you'll have to start over or live with a bad installation.
Now continue on at each hog-ring and do this over and over and over again until the cover is loose and free of the bottom cushion. If you have adjusting handles, etc, those will also have to be removed.
Installation is in reverse.
The Hog-Ring pliers hold each hog ring neatly like a staple until it is squeezed into and AROUND the wire reinforcement at the location o each original anchoring point. It is IMPERATIVE you note the anchoring places and methods of each and every hog ring.
Once the ring is placed, carefully squeeze the pliers until it forms a ring and anchors the reinforced piece in its proper place.
Take it slow, allow the leatherette to stretch and breathe, and make sure you have it on in the right spots. As long as you don't rip anything, it should go back together as long as you are patient.
This is not a fun job for most people, but as you can "see" it can be done. YouTube has a bunch of videos on seat fixes, but this one mimics what you may encounter.
Again, having said all this, a local seat shop might be able to repair what you've got with much less effort, but if you are determined, and creative, it can be done.
Wow i did not know they sell starter drives any more. With starter off engine remove the two bolts that hold front bushing on the motor then remove the single bolt from solenoid to motor barrel remove barrel then armature can come out Now you will see a ring spacer that is lifted one side it faces the metal ring cover remove and tap cover back remove wire ring replace starter drive put ring on with pliers squeeze cover over wire and install last ring spacer and reassemble starter.