My driver's seat makes a slight clunk when I hit a bump, go around a turn, etc. It's as if something is slightly loose, but I can't find it.
I can't make it happen by just shifting my weight around, yet it will do it every single time I back out of my garage. There's about a 2 inch lip I go down as I'm backing out, and I can feel the seat clunk every time.
It's not the bolts that hold the seat to the floor, nor is it the bolts holding the seat itself to the frame. I've checked them all at least 3 times, both in the Jeep, and when I had the seats out to install seat heaters. (And no, this didn't start after I installed the heaters)
I'm assuming that it's something in either the slider or height adjust mechanism, but I can't find it for the life of me.
Anyone else have this issue, and found a fix for it?
There is a common clunk that comes from the B pillar door latch. The easiest way to fix this is by putting a few wraps of electrical tape around the latch loop.
I would try this first as the simplest thing to check off the list as a possible cause.
J Wm Bishop EA, ASADE
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