I honestly have no idea. The main thing i see people doing is taking the cable out of the motor itself, shortening the sheath at the tip and then re heating the end metal link-thing back on. (It accomplishes the same thing here i guess) i linked the video in another twist thread not too long ago and another member said it worked.. Im so lazy and keep putting off fixing my passenger seat, but i will use Terabass's method for sure.
Originally Posted by Stone Roots
So just cut the outer sheath of the cable and the seat will work? If that is the case why are some people removing cables and motors and adding fuel lines and clamps and all these other things?
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