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    Unhappy Broken Seat

    Hello All!!!

    I've been a bit stupid and i managed to pulled off the knob that adjusts the back of the chair. The one if you reach down to the left of the chair. Now i have a rattle thats doing my head in. Does anybody know how to fix it?!?!

    Many Thanks in Advance

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    you have to dismantle the chair .. i had to when the tilt cable snapped in my passenger chair ...

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    Oh great!

    Is there any instructions on how to do this with the Alacantra Interior...I've got an SE2!!

    Many Thanks

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    I dont think theres a how-to for that type of interior but this is the one i used

    http://www.astraownersclub.com/vb/sh...ight=seat+tilt

    hopefully it may be some use to u ...

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    have you pulled just the button off or has the rod come out with it?
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    I have done the same The link does not work...
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    middleton created a how to on dismantling the chair so try PM'ing him as that was the link i used through my broken tilt post ...

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    Thanks for all the advice!!!!!

    The actual knob has come off, and i think the metal rod has come out a bit by about an inch!!!

    I'll PM Middleton for his instructions!!!

    Thanks again!!!

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    Can this guide be re-upped as I need to look at a few things in my seat. The adjuster bit on my passenger seat is really stiff so wanna look at that and also want to try and solve my drivers squeeky seat problem. LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by Davek View Post
    Can this guide be re-upped as I need to look at a few things in my seat. The adjuster bit on my passenger seat is really stiff so wanna look at that and also want to try and solve my drivers squeeky seat problem. LOL
    Did you sort it out? i also have a squeeky driver seat thats gettin on my nervs!
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