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Old 10-18-2005, 09:01   #1 (permalink)
sophia.dantin@realcredits.com
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2005 GT Passenger seat too low

My wife finds the passenger seat too low to see comfortably over the dash. I
tried telling her she's not *supposed* to see over the dash, but she didn't like
hearing that.

I've put a sheepskin, folded, on the seat, but she's not wild about that either.
The seat isn't adjustable for height as is the driver's seat, so I'm thinking of
trying to raise the seat about an inch or so.

Does Ford make a kit to do something like this? Is it possible to put an
electronically adjustable seat (like the driver's) on the passenger side? Any
ideas would be appreciated!


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Old 10-18-2005, 10:01   #2 (permalink)
Lynn McGuire
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Re: 2005 GT Passenger seat too low

> My wife finds the passenger seat too low to see comfortably over the dash. I
> tried telling her she's not *supposed* to see over the dash, but she didn't like
> hearing that.


Get a taller wife ???

<VBG>
Lynn


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