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Old 09 May 2008, 09:04 am
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Default 2008 accord lumbar question

Hi, hoping a technical person could answer this one. I recently had to have the drivers seat of my 2008 accord taken apart to address an issue. The issue has been addressed but now the adjustable lumbar feels like it is about 1 to 1-1/2 inches higher than it used to be (it seems to inflate in the middle of my back now rather than the lower portion nearer the tailbone).

I dont know how the driver's seat is put together, so my question is whether or not the lumbar adjustments are anchored into a fixed position or if it is possible the lumbar could have been re-installed higher than it once was. I dont want to bother the dealer if this is one of those "its all in your head" things. Any help appreciated.

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JK
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