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Old 14 Sep 2009, 11:35 pm
Juan Pablo
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Default lumbar support just broke

Hi !

I drive a 2003 4-door honda accord with drivers' seat lumbar support,
which has a manual adjust lever. the seats are cloth (as opposed to
leather). I normally keep the lumbar support adjusted on "medium" by
leaving the lever at halfway its travel.

just today I heard a sublte crack sound and suddenly the lumbar
support was gone. I reached for the side lever and it seems loose. I
do not know if the lever has broken or somethins else in the "lumbar
cushion" mechanism has broken.

my first impression is that I will have to remove the seat's
upholstery to inspect the whole. does anyone have a recommendation on
this and/or know how to remove the upholstery?
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