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Only when the seat is in the "up" usable position. It's the passenger side. I've heard there are some grease points, but I tried some lithium grease on some obvious contact points, but no change. Is it the hinge or a contact point?
 

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My 850 did this. I used some teflon tape on the locking pin where the seats latch in the upright position along with some grease. That took care of most of it, the leather was actually rubbing together as well, I used some leather conditioner between the seats and that fixed that as well.
 

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Re: (jrodT5)

Tape plus some grease on the latch and lock mechanism (RR seat) or...
put the seat DOWN
 

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spacers for the rear seat are probally missing .

use some earplugs those green one things and put it in where the seats latch to the bar and that will space it out enough so the seat doesnt move back and forth all the time.

I can get pics later of my snazy work lol
 

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Re: (Chilled Man)

Quote, originally posted by Chilled Man »
spacers for the rear seat are probally missing .

use some earplugs those green one things and put it in where the seats latch to the bar and that will space it out enough so the seat doesnt move back and forth all the time.

I can get pics later of my snazy work lol

I am having a hard time picturing this one, so yeah . . . .
 

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Also have this slight but annoying clicking from where the seat belt comes out of the B pillar. Both sides do it. Searched but could not find a fix. There has to be one.
 

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Re: (pelicanflyt)

Quote, originally posted by pelicanflyt »


I am having a hard time picturing this one, so yeah . . . .

There's a rod that goes east-west (door to door) that "holds" the two halfs of the rear seats.
It has round plastic bushings throughout.
He's saying one could have cracked, is AWOL and is causing the rattle.
I doubt this but hey, anything's possible
 
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