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Upholstery Splitting on drivers seat seams


Mikey*TX

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Title says it all. Wouldn't have noticed it had I not been using the small hand vac. The split is on the verticle seam on the left front corner of the bolster. Right now it's about .25 in length. The white stuffing is visible. So, I'll take it to the dealer this morning.
 


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RickyG

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Title says it all. Wouldn't have noticed it had I not been using the small hand vac. The split is on the verticle seam on the left front corner of the bolster. Right now it's about .25 in length. The white stuffing is visible. So, I'll take it to the dealer this morning.
Could you please post a picture so that everybody else can keep an eye on that area of the seat cushion?
 
















Mikey*TX

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You can judge it's position above the plastic trim and the inboard security pin on the driver floor mat.
 




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