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post #1 of 11 Old 03-16-2010, 11:14 AM Thread Starter
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2nd row seats

Any good fixes for the boards behind the 2nd row of seating? If you own a Ex, you know what I mean
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My wife is planning on sowing another set of velcro into them. I'll let you know when she gets it done and how the results turn out.
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Please...Please... Let us all know if you find a fix! This is quite annoying. The previous owner attempted a fix...No Joy!
We also have a seat belt in the third row that has been poorly sewn together. Might start looking at how to replace a seat belt.

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Maybe I will attempt the HankDaddy mod
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Hey.. some old seat belts might work back there. Sew them in insted of the velcro.
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My wife is planning on sowing another set of velcro into them. I'll let you know when she gets it done and how the results turn out.
Any information on how this turned out? I have looked at mine numerous times and have many ideas, none of them have come to fruition due to other projects that have taken priority.

Still, inquiring minds want to know....

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Sinister Delete, New Parts: New shocks, HPOP, IPR, Oil Pump, Oil Cooler, 8 Injectors, Reprogrammed PCM and new Moog Ball joints, Now I need to upgrade the suspension and add gauges. Oh yeah, I need to remove that little light bulb behind the CEL slot on the dash
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Sorry. Had family over lately so we've been using the back seats more than repairing them. Promise to update as soon as something gets fixed.
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I used safety pins to hold mine up, yes, please post if there is a fix.
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Bump for any further hope of ideas....

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Sinister Delete, New Parts: New shocks, HPOP, IPR, Oil Pump, Oil Cooler, 8 Injectors, Reprogrammed PCM and new Moog Ball joints, Now I need to upgrade the suspension and add gauges. Oh yeah, I need to remove that little light bulb behind the CEL slot on the dash
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mine too..... def needs to be a fix for this... but old seatbelts sewn in place of it would work nicely...
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I'm actually to the point that I am thinking of removing the boards all together. I can keep them in the garage and break them out if needed. I know it's not a fix, but it is an answer. Somewhere is an engineering fool who will figure this out Probably a woman with a brain

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Sinister Delete, New Parts: New shocks, HPOP, IPR, Oil Pump, Oil Cooler, 8 Injectors, Reprogrammed PCM and new Moog Ball joints, Now I need to upgrade the suspension and add gauges. Oh yeah, I need to remove that little light bulb behind the CEL slot on the dash
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