UNABLE TO LOWER REAR SEATBACK WITH REMOTE HANDLE / SEATS HARD TO LOCK
|Bulletin No: 09-031/16|
|Last Issued: 05/10/2016|
This bulletin supersedes the previously issued bulletin(s) listed below. The changes are noted in Red beside the change bars.
|Previous TSBs:||Date(s) Issued:|
|09-013/13||04/29/13 and 10/24/13|
Some vehicles equipped with a 40:20:40 split type rear seat may be unable to lower the rear seatback (A) when pulling the left (B) and/or right (C) remote handles. Also, the seatbacks may not fully latch (lock) when placed in the upright position.
This concern may be caused by either of the following:
- Insufficient remote cable tension due to incorrect adjustment position (A) of the remote cable.
- The cable ball (B) gets seized on sharp edges inside the cylinder.
Customers with this concern should have their vehicle repaired according to the following repair information.