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Seat Cable #1053634 11/07/12 10:09 PM
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CJMT100 Offline OP
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Im not sure if any other years will work like a pick up with a split bench. I need a seat cable for the quick release mech on the pass bucket seat. Maybe one out of a pick up would work IDK. Maybe one out of a truck with just buckets, I have the split bench/bucket setup in mine.

Cant seem to locate it on ebay or on dealer parts sites. Cable looks like a bicycle brake cable with 2 adjuster nuts on the one end at the bottom of the seat with, then attaches to the mech that opens the seat lock so it can slide. The other side attaches to the upper portion of the seat and is activated by the tilt adjuster.

I would try the wrecking yard near me but its snowing like hell here!


1996 T100, Mickey Thomson Classics, Bridgestone Dueler AT 265/75/16, custom offroad KC's.
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Re: Seat Cable [Re: CJMT100] #1053635 11/08/12 02:55 PM
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You could try calling any of the yards listed in www.car-part.com and see if they would be willing to pull it. <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/wink.gif" alt="" />


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Re: Seat Cable [Re: BamZipPow] #1053636 11/08/12 07:29 PM
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Try the dealer. I've replaced several on older 4runners and my T100 needed one at some point too. That pass. side flip and slide forward function is hard on them and a used one isn't going to be in great shape either.

This might be it for your truck: 72210-35030
Definitely double check to be sure though.
http://www.toyotapartszone.com/oem/toyota~cable~assy~seat~trck~control~for~walk~in~72210-35030.html


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Re: Seat Cable [Re: ErikB] #1053637 11/08/12 11:20 PM
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I think thats the right PN Erik. I searched for awhile last night trying to find a picture of it and it looks like the right item and the PN I found matches yours.

Thanks guys.


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