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I have a 66' so I usually cruze around over there. However I just recently picked up 07' front and back seats. I have removed the driver power and manual pass. seat brackets (They are for sale). Im in the process of putting on the 66' brackets and installing them. Since I can't use the power driver seat (due to seat riser mod.) I removed all the power but I want to remove the button on the side of the seat.
In 07' did they make a manual driver seat if so will someone take a picture of their plastic trim at bottom to verify no buttons?
Sorry may be a basic question but I am totally unfamilar with Mustangs after 92'
Thanks all in advance
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Hmmm well guy in 66' forum has this set installed in his car recently. I was hoping to see more pictures. I called FORD dealership today but guy was filling in when he told me he found one for $75 It will still end up being manual cause of 66' seat tracks but really wanted to delete non-useable buttons.
that lever adjusts the height of the seat, and also pushing you a little forward as you go up or pushes you back if you lower it. As you can see my seat is angled back and very high because I have to raise my seat pretty high due to my height. (5'7)
I've never looked under my seat with a light like this, I gotta do something about the oxidation...
and if for whatever reason you may need the back, heres that too.
2015 WRX Limited
and a rusty pickup
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