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Old 02-11-2013, 09:16 PM
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Passenger seat squeek?

My front passenger seat squeeks, But only when my wife sits on it?

I drive my truck all week long, with just me in the truck and have no noise at all. On the weekend, when my wife (125Lbs) sits in the passenger seat the seat squeeks all the time! It gets very annoying very quickly. Any ideas? Thanks in advance!

Also it doesn't squeek when any of my buddies (200-400Lbs) sit in it.
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Old 02-12-2013, 04:35 AM
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I have the same issue, only it's my driver seat, so you can imagine how annoying it is!!!
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I have the same issue, only it's my driver seat, so you can imagine how annoying it is!!!
Dang! That would be horrible. I have tried looking up in the seat, and tightening everything. Nothing seems to help. Have you tried fixing it?
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Old 02-12-2013, 10:31 PM
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I have read that a lot of people have found that the seatbelt anchor is the problem.
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I have read that a lot of people have found that the seatbelt anchor is the problem.
I will try that! Thanks. I always thought it was the seat, but its a possibility.
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Hopefully that is answer. I saw a lot of people complain on thedieselstop I believe.
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Hopefully that is answer. I saw a lot of people complain on thedieselstop I believe.
I will check it Saturday. Stroker 8 might beat me to it on his.
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I will check it Saturday. Stroker 8 might beat me to it on his.
Update, it's not the seat belt anchor. I spent 20 minutes or so farting around and NOTHING! I'm truly stumped. If ANYBODY figures this out, post up what you find. I have my warranty but I am in the process of finding a good reputable service dept in my area. I still believe it's the top backrest of the seat. When I lean forward in my seat the squeaking stops. What Pisses me off more than anything is it's intermittent!!! You know how dealerships are anymore when covering something under warranty. If they can't duplicate then it's all in your head.
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Push around on your back rest. I believe it may be around the lumbar support about half way up the seat.
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Old 02-14-2013, 12:26 AM
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Update, it's not the seat belt anchor. I spent 20 minutes or so farting around and NOTHING! I'm truly stumped. If ANYBODY figures this out, post up what you find. I have my warranty but I am in the process of finding a good reputable service dept in my area. I still believe it's the top backrest of the seat. When I lean forward in my seat the squeaking stops. What Pisses me off more than anything is it's intermittent!!! You know how dealerships are anymore when covering something under warranty. If they can't duplicate then it's all in your head.
I knew you would be on this ASAP. Sucks that didn't work for you.

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Push around on your back rest. I believe it may be around the lumbar support about half way up the seat.
My old 93 had electronic lumbar adjustment... Do we have something that adjusts lumbar support? Thanks in advance, I will try this also Saturday.
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