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Seat sliding problem.... HELP

Adibutti Apr 6, 2008

  1. Adibutti

    Adibutti Derv Boy

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    Has anyone had problems with their front passenger seat ?

    It has stopped sliding forward when trying to get people in the back seats !

    apparently its just a cable? has anyone done this them selfs b4? wots the part number? any pics??

    mine an O3 so no warrenty!!
     
  2. Boydie

    Boydie Guest

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    the memory on mine no longer works which is a pain - took it to a garage who told me that they had fixed it, which they hadnt lol

    doesnt bother me much anymore, just have to move it back once someone gets into the back - which is rare!
     
  3. newbiecrg

    newbiecrg windsurfer

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    yeah my buckets a pain and no memory as they don't slide.... that is way every passenger gets by the passenger side.... lololol
     
  4. phantom

    phantom On Boost

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    Mins a bit of a pain TBH , sometimes it slides easy other times not , it NEVER slides back without using the handel slider! is my seat knackerd?

    p
     
  5. mattandrew

    mattandrew Member VCDS Map User

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    I had a problem with the drivers seat the handle on the side would tip the seat forward but not move the seat forward, turned out there is a plastic bracket which mounts the cable to the seat. I removed the seat tipped upside down on the kitchen table and drilled a small hole and screwed the bracket back on.
     
  6. ADEY

    ADEY Member

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    Sorry but mine works perfectly!!!
    had a mk5 vw gti 3dr - those seats were a right pain - went in twice to be 'repaired' but still came back the same
    (sorry its off topic)
     
  7. The911SC

    The911SC Active Member

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    my 04 passenger seat did this; was i think one side of the cable pull snapped and changed under warranty.
     

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