[s-cars] Manual seat parts for C4

Taka Mizutani t44tqtro at gmail.com
Wed Aug 16 06:54:29 EDT 2006

AFAIK, no cars in the North American market got manual seats. The seat rails
are totally different- there is a center rail that the slider locks into
which is not present on the power seats.

In order to install a manual seat, you'll have to modify and reinforce the
floorpan, weld in the bracket to the floorpan and then install the seat.
Igor did this on an A4, he might be able to provide you some further insight
into exactly what's involved.

If I may ask, are you interested in retrofitting a fully manual OEM seat or
something aftermarket? Recaro and some other aftermarket seats offer much
better bolstering than the OEM seats. The new SR-6 is very nice for a
recliner. If you're skinny, the big bolstered Brides are even nicer.


On 8/15/06, RCaro900SS at aol.com <RCaro900SS at aol.com> wrote:
> I am trying to locate manual seat parts for the driver's side on my 95.5
>   S6.
> The EKTA shows that all the C4 cars from 1992 have the same part numbers.
> However, no manual seat cars appear to have been imported into the U.S. I
> am
> know looking for a recommendation on a junk yard in Canada. Any help would
> be
> appreciated.
> Regards,
> Robert
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