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2005 Ford Five Hundred Seat Cushion: Disassembly and Assembly

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Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 05-09-2010

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WARNING: – Always wear safety glasses when repairing an air bag supplemental restraint system (SRS) vehicle and when handling an air bag module. This will reduce the risk of injury in the event of an accidental deployment. – Never probe the connectors on the air bag module. Doing so can result in air bag deployment, which can result in personal injury. – To reduce the risk of personal injury, do not use any memory saver devices. 2005 Ford Five Hundred 2WD V6-3.0L VIN 1 NOTE: – If a seat equipped with a supplemental restraint system (SRS) component is being serviced, the SRS must be depowered. – The air bag warning lamp illuminates when the restraint control module (RCM) fuse is removed and the ignition switch is ON. This is normal operation and does not indicate a SRS fault. – The SRS must be fully operational and free of faults before releasing the vehicle to the customer. – Repair is made by installing a new part only. If the new part does not correct the condition, install the original part and carry out the diagnostic procedure again. All seats 1. Position the seat to access all the seat track-to-floor pan bolts and the safety belt anchor. 2. Depower the SRS. 3. Remove the front seat. 4. Remove the front seat backrest. 5. Remove the seat track. Heated seats 6. Release the tab in the slot and slide the heated seat module off the bracket. Disconnect and remove the heated seat module. Seats with power recline 7. Disconnect the power seat backrest adjust motor electrical connector. 8. Drive out the 2 large roll pins. 9. Remove the 3 bolts and the power seat backrest adjust assembly. – To install, tighten to 10 Nm (89 lb-ft). Seats with manual recline 10. Drive out the 2 large roll pins and remove the manual seat backrest adjuster. Memory seats 11. Remove the 2 rivets, disconnect the 4 connectors and remove the driver seat module. All seats 12. Remove the seat wire harness.

2004–2010 Toyota 4Runner Front Seat Squeak Noise

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Filed Under (Toyota) by admin on 20-05-2011

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Some customers may experience a squeak noise due to contact between the seat track locating pin(s) and the ?oor pan location hole(s). The following procedure describes the repair method to correct this condition. 1. Disconnect the negative (–) battery terminal. 2. Remove the plastic front seat track covers, use a Plastic Pry Tool to disengage the claws and carefully remove the plastic seat track covers. NOTE Refer to the appropriate Toyota Repair Manual for each model for detailed instructions on how to remove the plastic seat track covers. 4. Remove the LH front seat assembly. A. Move the seatback to the full upright position. B. Remove the four (4) seat track securing bolts. C. Disconnect the electrical connectors and remove the complete seat assembly. 5. Remove the seat track locating pins. A. With the seat removed from the vehicle, tilt the seat assembly backward to gain access to the seat track locating pins. B. Use a power cut-off tool to cut off the two (2) locating pins leaving 2 mm (0.1 in.) or less of each pin. NOTE • Do NOT permit the power cut-off tool to contact the seat track. ONLY cut off the shaft of the pin (near the base of the seat track). • The seat track locating pins’ function is to ease installation during manufacturing and does NOT provide any other function. Figure 5.. 6. Clean and paint bare metal surfaces. A. Remove any metal shavings from the seat track/seat assembly. B. Clean the bare metal surface of the remainder of the seat track locating pin with wax, grease, and silicone remover. C. To prevent corrosion, coat any bare metal surfaces still attached to the seat track with a brush-on type paint. 7. Install LH front seat assembly. A. Place the seat on the cabin ?oor. B. Reconnect all electrical connectors under the seat. C. Install all four (4) seat track retaining bolts (?ngertight). D. Tighten the two (2) front seat track attaching bolts. NOTE The bolt torque speci?cation varies by model. Please refer to the Repair Manual for the correct bolt torque for the model you are working on. E. Tighten the two (2) rear seat track attaching bolts. NOTE The bolt torque speci?cation varies by model. Please refer to the Repair Manual for the correct bolt torque for the model you are working on. F. Reinstall all plastic seat track covers. 8. Repeat steps 1 – 6 for the RH seat assembly. 9. Reconnect the negative (–) battery terminal. 10. Test power seat operation and seat heater (if equipped) for proper operation. 11. Initialize front passenger occupant classi?cation system and re-initialize any other power systems. Refer to the applicable model and model year repair manual initialization procedures. 12. Inspect SRS warning light operation. 13. Test drive vehicle and con?rm that the seat squeak has been eliminated.

2008 Dodge Charger Seat Back Cushion / Cover Second Row REMOVAL

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Filed Under (Dodge) by admin on 02-08-2010

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1. Remove the seat cushion. See: Seat Cushion\Service and Repair\Seat Cushion / Cover – Removal 2. Remove the nut and disconnect the seat belt anchor. 60/40 Seat Back – Wagon 40% SEAT BACK SIDE 1. Fold the 40% section of the seat (2) down. 2. Remove the nuts (5). 3. Pivot the seat back off the pivot pin (3) located on the 60% seat back. 4. Remove the seat back from vehicle. 60/40 Seat Back – Wagon 60% SEAT BACK SIDE 1. With the 40% seat back removed. 2. Fold the 60% section of the seat down. 3. Remove the four nuts attaching seat back (5). 4. Remove the seat back for vehicle. 60/40 Seat Back – Domestic Sedan 40% SEAT BACK SIDE 1. Fold the 40% section of the seat (3) down. 2. Remove the two nuts (4) attaching seat back. 3. Pivot the seat back off the pivot pin (1) located on the 60% seat back (2). 4. Remove the seat back from vehicle. 60/40 Seat Back – Domestic Sedan 60% SEAT BACK SIDE

2008 Dodge Charger Seat Back Cushion / Cover – Removal

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Filed Under (Dodge) by admin on 31-07-2010

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1. Remove the seat cushion. See: Seat Cushion\Service and Repair\Seat Cushion / Cover – Removal 2. Remove the nut and disconnect the seat belt anchor. 60/40 Seat Back – Wagon 40% SEAT BACK SIDE 1. Fold the 40% section of the seat (2) down. 2. Remove the nuts (5). 3. Pivot the seat back off the pivot pin (3) located on the 60% seat back. 4. Remove the seat back from vehicle. 60/40 Seat Back – Wagon 60% SEAT BACK SIDE 1. With the 40% seat back removed. 2. Fold the 60% section of the seat down. 3. Remove the four nuts attaching seat back (5). 4. Remove the seat back for vehicle. 60/40 Seat Back – Domestic Sedan 40% SEAT BACK SIDE 1. Fold the 40% section of the seat (3) down. 2. Remove the two nuts (4) attaching seat back. 3. Pivot the seat back off the pivot pin (1) located on the 60% seat back (2). 4. Remove the seat back from vehicle. 60/40 Seat Back – Domestic Sedan 60% SEAT BACK SIDE

2003 Honda Pilot Side To Side Looseness in the Driver’s 8-Way Power Seat

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Filed Under (Honda) by admin on 28-01-2011

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SYMPTOM The driver’s seat feels loose. PROBABLE CAUSE Excessive clearance in the seat base. CORRECTIVE ACTION Install shims on the seat base. DIAGNOSIS Diagnose the type of driver’s seat looseness by moving the seat to the midpoint position. The horizontal switch on the side of the seat adjusts the seat bottom. Pull up or push down on the front of the switch to move the seat bottom’s front edge up or down to the midpoint position. Pull up or push down on the rear of the switch to move the seat bottom’s rear edge up or down to the midpoint position. Sit in the driver’s seat, and move from side to side while resting against the seat-back. • If the seat moves side to side, go to REPAIR PROCEDURE. • If the seat moves other than side to side, continue troubleshooting. REPAIR PROCEDURE 1. Raise the front and rear of the driver’s seat bottom to the fully vertical position, and move the seat fully forward. 2. At each side of the seat base, loosen the two rear inboard T-30 Torx bolts several turns.