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Hi everybody... long time reader, first time poster. Never saw this posted before- I have a 2006 Accord sedan. The driver's seat has a lot of play on the right-hand floor rail. In other words, the seat locks securely into left side floor rail but the right slides front and back an inch or so. It won't lock into place on the right-hand side. The lever in the front of the seat appears to be functioning and there doesn't appear to be any debris caught in the track. Anybody ever see this before? Thanks!
 

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Only when something was caught in my seat track. You can take the seat loose with only four bolts and push it back wards and inspect the track, etc.
 

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There is something in the track trust me. It took me forever to get the right angle to see the damn thing when it happened to me :)
 

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2003 Honda Accord Driver Seat Latch

My 2003 Accord driver seat will only latch in the rails if I push down on the "lift bar" under the front of the seat
 

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My 03 Accord has never seated properly. There is always play in it. The dealer said that it just needed to get in the groove, but no matter what I do, there is always some movement. It is annoying, especially in stop and go traffic. I just hope it doesn't eventually totally release.
 

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I had the same issue. Only way I was able to see what was causing it, was by removing the seat and turning it upside-down. I found a very tortured dime.
 

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I need to take my drivers seat out also, something has been stuck in my track for a while now to the point the seat hardly slides !!

Question ... WD40 or white grease after the track cleaning ??
 

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I need to take my drivers seat out also, something has been stuck in my track for a while now to the point the seat hardly slides !!

Question ... WD40 or white grease after the track cleaning ??
Grease...use a toothbrush.
 

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I had the same issue. Only way I was able to see what was causing it, was by removing the seat and turning it upside-down. I found a very tortured dime.
I had the same issue, except with a penny. I was able to fish it out with a skinny long screwdriver, pushing it until it came out the back of the track.
 
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