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Old 09-24-2003, 09:05 PM   #1
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The front passenger seat back seems to be a little loose in the car, it wiggles and makes a high pitched squeaking sound when nobody is in the seat and the car is at highway speed. Is there a bolt or screw that I need to tighten somewhere? This thing is gonna drive me nuts pretty soon.
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you must of had that seat to good use at one time or another i cant help ya but i couldnt resist!
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It just bolts to the floor. Look underneath & try tightening the nuts. Then in future use the back seat for your "Other Activities" LOL
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Sounds haunted to me.
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You shouldnt be doing that kinda stuff in the passenger seat....you could break something....All you have to do is move the two front seats up and have fun in the back
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The head rest on my seat is loose do to playing around.

Just check to bolts or use 10w40

Also keep a few Trojan inside the visors
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Also keep a few Trojan inside the visors
I found a better place, you can peel the leather off and keep them in the front of the seat. Its a handy spot to hold money & other stuff you dont want people to find.
If this is the seat: _/ <-its the back part, not the bottom, thats loose.
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