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Old 06-03-2012, 04:37 PM   #1
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Problem with my seat.

Just wondering if anyone has this same problem with the handle to move the seat forward. Iam loading my kids into the back seat and when I left the handle to move the seat forward. It gets stuck and I have a very hard time to left the handle to move the seat forward. It almost feels like if I really need to add a lot of force to left up the handle. This only happens in the passagner seat driver side is perfectly normal.
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You'll probably have more luck posting this in the appropriate section.

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Push the seat back while lifting the lever and push forward.

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Old 06-04-2012, 02:39 AM   #5
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Push the seat back while lifting the lever and push forward.

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I've tried that and I still have this problem.
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Just wondering if anyone has this same problem with the handle to move the seat forward. Iam loading my kids into the back seat and when I left the handle to move the seat forward. It gets stuck and I have a very hard time to left the handle to move the seat forward. It almost feels like if I really need to add a lot of force to left up the handle. This only happens in the passagner seat driver side is perfectly normal.
I apologize for the inconvenience this may cause you. Have you tried taking your vehicle to the dealership for diagnosis? We rely on our dealerships for proper technical assistance. Please let us know if this is an available option for you.

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I always have to pull forward a little while lifting the handle. Mine isn't jammed or anything. Just acts like it has a little tension on it when fully slid back.
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