Re: Power seat stuck
On my 96 EB AWD, it was a combination of worn out lubricant and crusted
coffee/soda in the inboard track - caused it to bind while coming forward.
Cleaned it all out and applied silicone lube - actually moves better than
"Mike C" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Greg wrote:
>> My '97 Explorer's driver side power seat is stuck back at nearly end of
>> the track. It will advance about an inch, but then the motor bogs
>> down, and then nothing. I'm 5'6" and this is not a very comfortable
>> (or safe) driving position.
>> I've looked under the seat and can't see any foreign object that might
>> be causing the power adjustment rack to bind up. Could I have moved
>> the seat too far back and maybe it slipped the track? Is there any way
>> to manually adjust the seat forward? Thanks for you help.
> This happened to my 2000. On mine it was the drivers side also. The right
> side seatbelt mount gets wedged on the seat rail. I think I used a
> screwdriver to pop it free. If I put the seat all the way back it will
> happen again.