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Power seat buttons - FIXED!!

Rich 90TC

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Maybe I was lucky, but the button assempbly is fixed. AFter taking the console out I saw that the plastic posts were broken off at about the halfway point. I was able to use longer screws that had a slightly thinner thread in the remaining portion of the post. The screw hole is pretty much the entire depth of the post. It feels pretty tight and should be permanent.

Now the next project is trying to get the leather looking better. I will follow the advice of an earlier post and try some acrylic paint. I already bought one color which is too dark; I'll get something light and try to mix and match.

Then there's the fogged up opera window which should be easy, just time consuming. Basically, you have to remove the headliner on the hardtop and take out the window. Then I'll try to get the two pieces apart and remove the plastic laminate in the middle (which is the part that fogs up).

I'll chart my progress in this forum. Good luck to all TCers!!

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It could be that the switch has crapped out due to the fact it's been flopping around. That is the case with my drivers seat switch (found that out yesterday when I installed the console). That switch won't move the seat forward, so I swapped around the switches (pass side to drivers side) and need to find a good switch.

Try swapping the switches and see if you find the same is true.

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