I don't have pictures but it's fairly straight forward. Slide the seat all the way back, then raise the bottom front of the seat to its highest point. At this point you can kneel outside of the car and peek under the front of the seat. There is only one bar that runs across (Left to right) under the seat. On each side you will see a "clamp" with a plastic bushing inside, this is the problem area. Spray both of the "clamps" liberally with the PB Blaster and your problem is solved. Hope this helps.Dude PLEASE POST PICTURES THIS IS DRIVING ME NUTS, also tell me where I can access this area , really hope you see this message , what year is your car is Iran F06 GC ?
Correct, I have a 2014 F06 GC and I'm sure the seats are the same. You will really need to peek under and almost directly up. If you just look under and towards the rear of the seat you'll miss it as the bar is closer to the front of the seat. The best I can try and describe it is probably just past where the thigh support ends and the center if the seat pan begins. Hope this helps.The reason I'm asking is I did make 1 attempt two months ago , and couldn't see any lateral bar with bushings I have an F06 2015 GC Maybe my seat doesn't have that bar ? , so
To understand , you move the seat all the way back then you raise it up all the way and you should be able to see the bar ?
The seat is designed to move in he bushings. The problem is that as time goes by the area that the seat is designed to move in gets dry and when it gets to the end of the bushings it "jumps" and that is felt as a shift within the lower part of the seat. the grease allows it to slide without the "jump" so your seat feels new again.Wait. What???
You're saying that if a bearing is worn from use or deterioration causing shift in the parts, that teflon grease will fix it? Is this one of those "add water to make the dinosaur grow" parts? :rofl:
Color me skeptical.