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Date: Wed, 28 Mar 2001 15:23:43 GMT
From: "Fred Wills" <fwillsnopsamphia.net>
Subject: Re: Saab seats


"Phillip Leclair" <phillipnopsamAM.leclairs.net> wrote in message news:3AC19CDA.2EB7694AnopsamAM.leclairs.net... > Has anyone attempted to take apart the front passenger or driver side > seat? I have a Saab 900S '95. The seat back has a hard time moving > forward when lifting the latch on the side. A mechanic told me the > cable inside the seat may need to be replaced and quoted a very large > figure for the work. > > How hard is it to take apart the seat back and is it an easy job to > replace/adjust the cable? Would I be better off purchasing new seats? > > > Stuck in the back seat, > Phillip > Saab 900S '95 While your at it, has anyone ever tried to perform the Saab 9000 Seat lowering TB? I forget which numbr it is, but the dealer can take apart the seat and remove or swap some of the padding, then reassemble the seat to reduce the total seat height. I am 6'2" and we have 2 9Ks. My hair brushes the roof on both of them. If it's not too much of a hassle I'd like the extra headroom. Also, while we are talking ergonomics, anyone ever figure a way to extend (telescope) the steering wheel. It's kind of a stretch to the wheel for us tall guys... TIA Fred Wills '92 9000T '93 9000CSE

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