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Help with Driver seat trim

Discussion in 'Interior' started by ATXDuD, May 20, 2020.

  1. Hamfisted

    Hamfisted Full Access Members

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    Yeah, you need the "shield" piece, not the cover. It's still available at Parts Giant for about $65 .

    https://www.fordpartsgiant.com/parts/ford-shield-asy_7l1z-7862186-ad.html


    Consider putting something like a small bath floor rug on your seat that will protect the edge of the actual seat when you plop down on it, or if you roll in and out of the seat entering / exiting the vehicle.
     
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  2. 1oldtimer

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    That's the same piece I replaced for the exact issue the OP and y'all are having. Easy fix and not to bad on the wallet.
     

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