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Impossible to tell without being with the vehicle, but sounds like a clogged orifice tube.

Seat Cars &... • Answered on Jul 07, 2021

They actually sell a small tab that you insert in the buckle and it senses it to be latched. That is the easiest and best way to do this. Check Ebay or amazon.

Seat Cars &... • Answered on Jul 02, 2021

if you'll post year--make--model, we'll take a look. Check voltage and ground circuits, check seat motor? Any applicable trouble codes?

Seat Cars &... • Answered on Jun 01, 2021

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Seat Cars &... • Answered on Apr 29, 2021

Car seats have a specific date of expiration and cannot be used safely after that. They also have to be replaced after a crash. Someone's life may depend on that seat and you should not use it because it wont provide the protection that it should.

Seat Cars &... • Answered on Apr 23, 2021

Chevy what ? Don't think it's a fuse problem ,rest of the positions work - move from front to back the back to front ? Power for all positions come from the same fuse . More then likely it's a mechanical fault . Your best bet ,have a qualified repair shop check it .

Seat Cars &... • Answered on Mar 17, 2021

I'm assuming it is the front seats you are removing. There is two systems used to mount front seats, 4 bolt and 2 bolt. Both are easy to deal with. I think the Malibu uses the 2 bolt setup. Slide the seat all the way forward and look at the rear end of the two runner grooves. There will be a bolt in each runner going down into the floor. It has a star shaped hole in the head. This is a 'Torx' head bolt, either a T40 or T45 size. Remove these bolts. You will probably need to unbolt the seatbelt mount on the floor as well. Tilt the entire seat forward and carefully unclip the electrical wire that is underneath the seat. While it is tilted forward pull the entire seat backwards. It should unhook at the front and lift out. These seats are very heavy so be careful when lifting them out. Fitting is the opposite to this. Tilt the seat forward and hook in the front ends, connect the wire underneath, lower the rear end and bolt it down. The four bolt system has two bolts at the front end of the rails instead of the two hooks.

Seat Cars &... • Answered on Feb 16, 2021

What green light, which vehicle, make and model would give a clue.

Seat Cars &... • Answered on Jan 02, 2021

When not using the compartment as storage, the read seats can be returned to the upright position as follows. 1. Pull both sides of the seat up into their upright position. 2. Pull down the seat cushion until it is returned to the original position. 3. Return the head restraints to their proper position. You can figure how to raise the Dodge Caravan rear seats by taking a look as to how they are lowered and locked: For some vehicles such as the F-150, other adaptations are possible:

Seat Cars &... • Answered on Dec 17, 2020

Unbolt the damaged one and replace it with the new one.

Seat Cars &... • Answered on Nov 18, 2020

check or by pass the parking brake sw. it is on the same circuit.

Seat Cars &... • Answered on Aug 31, 2020

The back seat of the Impala can only be folded down if your vehicle is the particular fold-down version, otherwise, it'll have to be removed entirely to gain access to the massive available space. To remove the seat, follow these steps: • Push down on the bottom cushion of the back seat. • Pull-on the T handles which are under the front edge of the seat, to release the bottom cushion • Remove the cushion • Unwind the nuts and bolts on the bottom part of the back seat. Then lift it, and it would be released from its position. • Now, remove the seat from the back and you can access the trunk.

Seat Cars &... • Answered on May 19, 2020

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