Re: Driver Side Bucket Seat Problem
This has to be it. Bending the seat frames would take a forklift pushing on it, not a person.
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If the car was rear ended at some point, the thick "ear" that rests on the seat back stop could be slightly bent upwards. Look at that ear. Is it level ? or bent up a little bit. If it is just bent a little, it could move the seat back a few inches. If this is the problem, then cut out a 1/8" or 1/4" piece of steel or aluminum and put it under the new rubber seat back stops. make them the exact same size with a hole in the middle and nobody will notice a difference. Be careful you do not make them too tall and effect the locking mechanism of the seat.
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