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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 06-05-2019, 06:28 AM Thread Starter
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My wife has told me that the passenger seat of my R/T is on the uncomfortable side, and says that the lower lumbar sticks way out. Said it makes her feel like it pushing her out of the seat.

Well, yesterday I rode in my dads SXT Plus and noticed the exact same thing. When I got home, I hopped in my passenger seat and my wife is right. It almost feels like you are sitting 6" farther forward than the driver side, and feels like the bottom of the seat is pushing you out. Anyone else noticed this, or is it just me? Any way to adjust the lower lumbar, I cant find anything on the seat to do that with.

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Mines the same way,(2011 challenger), and I get the same complaint from my wife. I was going to drive it to north Carolina but she said no way!!!she figured she could only take it for about an hour. Guess will have to take the Lincoln!!!
If you know of or come across any solution to this please let me know, I'd even be willing to change the seats out. Someone told me to install a drivers seat on that side. My seats not to bad but after awhile it gets a little uncomfortable as well. I do see what she means by the lumber sticking way out, I sat in it and felt it as well.
I don't know if its something as simple as taking it to an interior shop and seeing if they can remove the lumber or what but i'm at a loss.
Look forward to hearing from someone about this,
thanks, Dan.
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