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09-10-2012 06:46 PM
Minchkin EDIT: Tapatalk issues...
09-10-2012 11:51 AM
mac.mogul Well, I guess I'll see how long it lasts lol
09-10-2012 11:08 AM
Minchkin My girlfriend changed my seat height multiple times, an it is still around...
09-10-2012 09:20 AM
mac.mogul I was able to stop the wiggle without any real work. I used the seat height lever and raised my seat up and lowered it back down. Now the seat does not wiggle even if I try to force it.
09-09-2012 07:00 PM
Also-ran I started to take a crack at it yesterday, but I had tightened the bolt so much during my first attempt to get rid of the jiggle that it isn't coming off now without some serious coaxing.

The bolt is soft enough and a T-40 Torx is loose enough that I'm going to have to be real careful with my approach. My next larger bit is a T-45, and that is entirely too big. It needs something around a T-42. I even tried going at it from the nut, but light hammering on the wrench wasn't getting it to move either. I'm going to put an extension over the wrench (hammering with a mallet if I need to). Just needs some leverage; I'll get it off, but what a pain.

So I guess the lesson is to not crank down on this bolt like a madman because it won't stop the wiggle and you'll create more work for yourself.
09-07-2012 03:38 PM
Minchkin I am yet to access the tools necessary to really determine what is going on inside that joint, but when I do, I will see what I can do.
09-07-2012 04:27 AM
kroch01 I have this problem on my 2010. I feel it on the driver's side seat and the passenger side seat. Has anyone completely fixed their problem yet?
09-06-2012 06:08 PM
RAF_S197 Sub'd
09-04-2012 10:53 AM
mac.mogul My seats are doing it as well. I can't really pinpoint where the movement is coming from but it is definitely disconcerting when driving around feeling like you're not attached to anything.
09-01-2012 08:14 PM
sean t. I also have this problem in our 2010, I'm curious to see if you can find a solution!
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