How Do I Fix My Passenger Seat. The reclining seat lever broke off and It leans all the way back.

Asked by Aug 07, 2017 at 02:57 PM about the 1995 Pontiac Bonneville

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Passenger seat reclining lever broke
off Bonneville 1995 how do I repair?

4 Answers

2,665

The lever is either attached by a screw or a clip. If there is no visible screw or cover, it is likely attached by a clip on the handle. Can you post a picture? it would help.

There was a screw and it one time I could grip some pliers onto the screw and work it that way but it's since been stripped.

GuruDD2L6 29 minutes ago There was a screw and it one time I could grip some pliers onto the screw and work it that way but it's since been stripped.

2,665

You could try some vice grips but it sounds like you may need to have the seat repaired by an upholstery shop.

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