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Old 11th April 2016, 20:54   #16
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Default Re: Workmanship while fitting after-market seat covers (Stanley Chennai)

Originally Posted by McLaren Rulez View Post
Sorry to bug you on this, but what exactly should I look out for if I choose to fix it? Specifically, what are the risks to the original seat if I go for a reinstall?
Hey, no issue at all.

These C type clips are hold the cover over the OEM seat base. 'N' number of times if it is removed and tightened it would leave marks on the seat base (OEM).

The one circled in Red
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In my Ritz, I had the same issue where I had to get it re-fixed by the installer as the tightness wasn't enough. It took him two trials to get things right but when I saw the seat from behind it had the older clips marks. I ignored it as it was the rear seat and not the front ones.
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