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AUDI A3 FRONT PASSENGER SEATS

Discussion in 'A3/S3/Sportback (8P Chassis)' started by froscoe, Jul 23, 2012.

  1. froscoe
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    [Jul 23, 2012]
    Hello all, probably done all this before. my passenger seat wont slide forward with the lever on the seat, had a quick look four torque bolts seat out, had a feel under the seat a bit of black plastic fell down rang audi YES the parts are available£6.53 NOW the question has anyone fitted this plastic thingy before? some say no parts available and its a design fault HELP.
    Thanks very much
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    Do you mean it doesn't slide forward at all, or does it only move with the lever at the front of the seat base and not with the one on the top of the seat back?
    If it's the one on the back that doesn't make it slide forward ten it's only a £0.60 part. There is a how to in the technical section somewhere. I managed to change it without removing the seat. If you re anywhere near Wrexham I am happy to give you a hand.
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    Thanks very much i am in lancs a bit of a run but thank you anyway
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    Sorry forgot to say it IS the one on the back of the seat i am so relieved
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    [Jul 23, 2012]
    Pic of the part would help in giving correct advice, please post up a pic.
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