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Old 09-04-2009, 01:52 PM   #1
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ok i have this reallllllly annoying squeek in the driver seat and im trying to remove everything to find out where its coming from,but i cant get that stupid plastic piece off the side of the seat (like taking the lumbar and seat adjustment **** and lever) if anyone knows how please let me know! thanks.
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Before you go thru all that, make sure that your jump doors are SECURELY closed. I had a S'cab and if the rearmost doors were not closed with some *** behind them, they would squeek like crazy.

Throw some WD40 or grease on the striker (the U bolt looking thing on the bottom and top of the doors that catch the door) and see if it still makes the squeek.
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no its my seat for sure because i can put my hand on the outer edge of the seat and push down and it squeaks
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Oh... Just figured I would throw that out there.

There should only be a U clip holding on the lumbar **** and the seat adjustment **** on. Very similary to if you have ever removed the handle of the manual crank up windows. The U clip should just slide into a recession into the handle and the stud it mounts to.
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did anyone ever figure this squeek out.. mine does the same thing
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ya i took it in and they said it was the seat frame or the springs inthe seat..something like that..idk..they fixed it lol
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Hate to bring this back from the dead but my passenger seat squeaks like mad nearly all the time. I think I found the issue, one of the seat bolts was loose. I tightened it and the noise has almost gone away. Anyone now what the seat bolt installation torque is? Any other causes of this squeak? Thanks.
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