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Q: Passenger's side seat stuck.

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My passenger's side seat won't snap back into place and is stuck forward. It is not a power seat. The last time it happened the mechanic was able to put the cable back into place and it started working again.

A: I would ask for some assistance from one of...

I would ask for some assistance from one of the mechanics at YourMechanic to help get your seat fixed. It is possible that the cable you are talking about has come out of place again.

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