Need a new seat adjustment lever...

Discussion in '1998 - 2011 Ford Ranger' started by Boog, Jul 29, 2009.

  1. Boog

    Boog New Member

    Hey guys (gals) first post here but hope to have many more.

    I have a '98 Extended Cab with 60/40 manual bucket seats. The seatback adjustment lever on the passenger side recently broke.

    If you're familiar with it, it's a lever that rocks both forward and backward. The lever itself has a plastic post (rod) mounted through it and held in place by a small metal clip. The other end of the post (rod) mounts onto the seatback mechanism to control it's motion forward and backwards (or also to move the whole seat forward to let someone out of the jump seat area.

    Anyway, that post twisted in two recently. The lever itself is fine and the stud it mounts to on the seat is fine, I just need that little post (or even one attached to the lever if I have to.)

    Any ideas?

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  3. olschool

    olschool New Member

    Always try ebay. But if not that, I'd try a junkyard - usually get what you need there, or something very similar!

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