When it slid to the 2nd position, could you flip the seat forward for rear
area access? Seems like my S-10 had that ability when I first bought it and
it don't do it anymore. Not sure of why it don't work. Wayne
The seat back has always flipped forward. The way the seat works is
that the seat back flips forward and then starts sliding forward. So
the back seat is still accessable but there's not much room to squeeze
wayne c wrote:
I took the Tahoe into the shop today and they told me it was something
with the seat riser. They said that it is jumping out of it's track
which is what's preventing the second stage of the slide forward from
happening. They said that to fix it would require replacing the
underside of the seat which would run around $475. To much for me so
I'll live with restricted access to the back seat for a while.
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