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Not a simple fix for me! (archive)

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Posted by Jim T. on October 25, 2000 at 13:49:53:

In Reply to: Power seat back repair posted by Race on October 24, 2000 at 19:30:25:

I had the same problem with my D.S. seat. I had to disassemble the whole damn seat to replace the offending drive cables. I think there is a defect in some of the cables, they are too short and don't make very good contact with the drive motor, which is what leads to one side moving while the other does not, which results in the twisties. The fix is a long story.


My passenger side seat back has got the twisties, anyone know how to fix?





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