Richiezhp

I need help...... electric seat. e39

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Currently in the process of fixing the 'twist' problem with my e39 electric seats which i've cut a cable consequently 'deleting' the square crimped end that is required to mate into the motor. 

 

Does anyone have this cable i can buy? failing that, a old electric seat i can buy for the part. 

 

Any help would be appreciated as im currently riding around with no passenger seat which isnt a huge problem as i have no friends because i do this... 

 

please see photos of the part...

 

Many thanks in advance.. 021766520

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Instrument repairers that make speedo cables can help with that. Try Robinson Instrument Services in Sale Street Auckland

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what you're supposed to do is to take off a chunk of the plastic covering wire but leave the wire intact. basically the wire needs a bit of room to move and the rubber covering expands and prevents this over time. Its really fiddly and annoying but a relatively simple solution to a b**** of a problem.

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2 hours ago, qube said:

what you're supposed to do is to take off a chunk of the plastic covering wire but leave the wire intact. basically the wire needs a bit of room to move and the rubber covering expands and prevents this over time. Its really fiddly and annoying but a relatively simple solution to a b**** of a problem.

realized this after i cut it ha! watched most youtube vids on it too! thanks :)

3 hours ago, *Glenn* said:

Instrument repairers that make speedo cables can help with that. Try Robinson Instrument Services in Sale Street Auckland

thanks heaps, ill call them tomorrow

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Where did you source these? Cheers 

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