[Vwdiesel] rabbit seats
nwall at opei.org
Thu Nov 14 10:17:17 EST 2002
Thanks. I forgot to mention it, but I replaced those as well. It made it a little
better. Its the seat legs that have a few MM of play up/down in their tracks.
> There is a guide at the centre rail (where the lock is for the front/back
> adjustment) as well. It can be seen clearly when the seat is adjusted all
> the way back - and fits over the front seat support (that's part of the
> floor.) If this is missing, you can get play in your seats as well.
> This guide is made out of some kind of soft, translucent compound, and is
> part number 435 881 203 A.
> On Thu, 14 Nov 2002, Nate Wall wrote:
> > This prompts a question. Ever since I bought my '85 Jetta TD (in 1990 w/
> > 56,000 miles on it) Both front seats can be "rocked" quite easily in their
> > seat tracks by firmly grasping the seat and and pushing and pulling on tit.
> > At one time I replaced the nylon guides on the seat legs that fit into the
> > tracks. Did not help any. Do all the A-2 front seats do this? The seats are
> > secure, but this seems to be a poor design.
> > --Nate
> > Kris wrote:
> > > The seats in my '84 rabbit are trashed. I'm wondering what seats would
> > > fit and/or easily bolt in (or a little bit of difficulty).
> > >
> > > I see newer VW seats on ebay for decent prices. Usualy A3-A4 seats.
> > >
> > > --
> > > I'm just a packet pusher.
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> Drew MacPherson - '84 Wolfsburg Edition Scirocco TurboDiesel
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