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Re: '88 5ksq-Pwr Seat Switch

Before you get too involved make sure that your DRIVE cables are OK,
sometime the cable breaks internally and there is no movement, it is
relatively easy to check, sometime  you have to remove the seat and sometime
not, (if I remember correctly). bits the hell out of replacing the seat.....
-----Original Message-----
From: Dave Head <dhead@sundial.net>
To: Matthew S. Robinson <msr11@psu.edu>; quattro@coimbra.ans.net
Date: Saturday, January 24, 1998 9:50 PM
Subject: Re: '88 5ksq-Pwr Seat Switch

>At 01:39 PM 1/24/98 -0500, you wrote:
>>        Looking for info on the power seat adjustment switch(Joystick and
>>paddle unit), for a 88 5ksq. My driver seat will not move back (rest of
>>movements are fine). 1)Looks like a PITA to dissassemble-anyone BTDT?
>>it truly a GM part? If so what models?  How $$$ to replace?
>>        Memory does move the seat back (fortunately I saved a full back
>>position)-so I am 99% sure it is the switch...
>They are a pain - you have to unsolder them. Remove seat, turn upside down.
>Best is to go to a junkyard and remove one froma crappy seat. Since I've
>swapped 91 seats into my 87 (and swapped the harnesses) - I can definetely
>say the switches are the same 87 to 91...
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>87 5KCStq 215K miles                1.85 or so... bar
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