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Seat Back Bumper / Adjuster E-Body #2547802
09/09/18 02:34 AM
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Are these still available at Chrysler?
Is the PN 2888-667 ?
Mine just crumbled under the seat. confused

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Shawn


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Re: Seat Back Bumper / Adjuster E-Body [Re: ehbody] #2547859
09/09/18 11:28 AM
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Dante has them - www.dantesparts.com

Re: Seat Back Bumper / Adjuster E-Body [Re: ehbody] #2555184
09/26/18 08:28 PM
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I got my part.
But the one intact part fell apart when removing.
Does anyone have a picture of their's?
Not sure which way the nylon goes on the bolt.

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Shawn


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Re: Seat Back Bumper / Adjuster E-Body [Re: ehbody] #2555203
09/26/18 09:03 PM
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It can only go on one way. The end with the large opening gets put on the screw. You must heat the plastic up to get it on. A Hair dryer or hot boiling water will work.
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Re: Seat Back Bumper / Adjuster E-Body [Re: ehbody] #2555204
09/26/18 09:04 PM
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Deep side presses on over the adjusting screw head.

You can look into it, there is a groove it 'pops' into.

Warm it up by soaking it in hot water if you can before pressing it in.

It is not always easy doing it by hand, I actually modified a vise just to make it easy.

Re: Seat Back Bumper / Adjuster E-Body [Re: ehbody] #2555205
09/26/18 09:06 PM
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I am still wondering if anyone reproduces the black ones yet - https://board.moparts.org/ubbthreads/ubbt...tml#Post2553320

Re: Seat Back Bumper / Adjuster E-Body [Re: ehbody] #2555221
09/26/18 09:38 PM
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Ok, but does the bolt go thru the bumper?

Thanks for the advise.
Shawn


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Re: Seat Back Bumper / Adjuster E-Body [Re: ehbody] #2555222
09/26/18 09:40 PM
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No.

It sits on the adjuster screw head like the hat on a Mountie.

Re: Seat Back Bumper / Adjuster E-Body [Re: ehbody] #2555254
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Yeah, I realized this once I pulled the screw out.

Thanks for the Help
Shawn


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