How do you repair unzipped zipper in 2008 Sebring seat? There seems to be no zipper pull.

Asked by Aug 25, 2015 at 08:44 PM about the 2008 Chrysler Sebring Limited Convertible

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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Every zipper I've come across that is broken can never be repaired, the zipper has to be removed and replaced. A local auto upholster can help you out.

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Thanks. Reassuring that I am not the only one lacking this skillset!

I took my 2008 Sebring to a local upholstery shop & the fix took 10 minutes to do both seats Cost was $30, yes thirty dollars. The tech used a zipper tab puller from a BMW kit. The thread was cut at the top of the zipper that connects the 2 sides of the zipper & then the temporary zipper tab was used to bring the zipper together & to the bottom of the zipper & then stapled at top & bottom of zipper. This is an easy fix, don;t get taken!

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