2009 Volkswagen Rabbit 2 Door Car - Front Drivers Side seat tends to get in a locked position when you pull it forward to put something in the back seat. It is very hard to get back to the upright position. How do you do it or should this be checked by the Dealer?

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Asked by May 01, 2015 at 10:14 PM about the 2009 Volkswagen Rabbit 2-door

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More than likely it has a bad pivot hinge,may need to let someone check it for you,or spray with a little wd40 may fix the hanging hinge.

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