Fox Body and SN95 Mustangs are not the spring chickens that they used to be. Time is not friendly on components like factory seat tracks, whether you have manual or power variants! They will become worn, bind up, and eventually break.
5.0 Resto has a solution for Mustang Seat Tracks that have seen better days! Follow along as we remove the OEM seat track and replace it with this manual seat track from industry leader 5.0 Resto to get your Mustang Seats back in working order!
- Removing your seat from your vehicle and placing it on a clean work surface
- Position the seat back forward and place the seat on its back to gain access to the track assembly.
- Now, slide the seat track all the way down.
- Remove the tension spring from the seat track to the seat frame.
- Remove the seat track bolts starting with the top right then the top left.
- Next, move your seat track up and remove the bottom left and bottom right seat track bolts.
If you need to know how to remove your power seat track assembly, we have additional videos for 79-93, 94-04, and power seat tracks posted on our YouTube channel!
- Start off by lifting the seat track handle up and move the slide backward. This will allow you to install your factory 10 mm bolt in the front two holes. Loosely thread these into place.
- Lift up on the slider bar and move the track forward.
- Align both the rear bolt holes and loosely thread in the two 10 mm bolts.
- Once this is all aligned fully tighten all of the bolts holding the track on the seat
- Slide the seat track forward and backward a few times to make sure everything is working properly.
- Now the seat is ready to be reinstalled into your Mustang.
One can expect to set aside roughly an hour plus to remove your old, tattered seat tracks and replace them with these new, manual seat tracks from 5.0 Resto! Do not drive around in a driving position that is not suitable for you! Pick up a set of 5.0 Resto Seat Tracks and drive comfortably once again!
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