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    Salam ,
    The Driver seat's back portion is making some squeaky noise when force is applied . I checked the nuts but everything seems fine . Seems like some spring is making the noise .
    Is this repairable?


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    I am having the exact same issue in my city. The seat seems a bit lose when the car is accelerated quickly

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    hahaha.. same issue with my driver seat Honda city.. please help..

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    I have same problem with back seat of my honda civic exi 2006 model. I checked and found that the leather cover has become dry and rubbing was causing squeaky noise. So I applied a dash board polish silicone type to that rubbing portion and sound disappeared.

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    the channels on which seat slides got play (means un me gap aa gya he)
    which may be fixed by eliminating the gap by pressing the channels. but that way the seats might got hard if the work is not done properly with care.
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    Quote Originally Posted by us000 View Post
    the channels on which seat slides got play (means un me gap aa gya he)
    which may be fixed by eliminating the gap by pressing the channels. but that way the seats might got hard if the work is not done properly with care.
    Yes I was thinking about to do that.. Or agar him us k under Jo metal balls hoti hain metal ki wo change ker dain or phir properly press kerdain to shayad kaam acha hoja a ga..

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    Just remove the seat, take it out and use WD-40 wherever applicable. Also clean the channels inside the car followed by using WD-40. Remember to use it on the springs as well. Lightly dry where there is an excess spray. Check the seat before securing it inside the vehicle. Hopefully this will work inshAllah
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