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Old 05-30-2006, 11:06 AM   #1
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Which seat bottoms are compatible with the AL7 on the driver'* side? I'm noticing one of my leather cracks just started turning into a tear.
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I want to say that the seat bottoms are the same as the non-AL7s with the exception of the cutout for the power switches on the bottom. I was told that the left-right seat bottoms wouldn't work either BUT the only difference in the left and right bottoms is the strap for the seatbelt buckle, which I can live without.

The only huge difference between the 2 trims is the upper seatback, for all the lumbar and wing adjustments. IMO, the other smaller differences are mute in comparison to having an all new interior stitched up.
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all non-al7 will have cutouts, whether they are power or manual (for the recline lever at minimum) so only AL7 covers will give you an exact match.
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Will a Passenger side bottom work?
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The seatbelt loop/strap would be on the wrong side if you got a passenger side one.
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passenger AL7 will work like bill said, all others will have the issues I mentioned.
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