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I searched for the words seatback, disassembly, seat back and no such luck.

In its permanent problematic stage, the latest incident with my truck is that I was adjusting the lumbar support and all of the sudden, the driver's seatback decided to "pop out"! I am referring to the plastic piece that covers ±50% of the driver's seatback. I tried to press it in again and it sort of worked, but after two days, there is a good 1-2" gap. Dealer can't look at it until perhaps Saturday, but I have a potential buyer lined up for tomorrow morning and I would like to fix this before he sees it.

Anyone has an exploded diagram of how this all comes together? Thanks in advance for your help.

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There are small metal spring clips....they fit into a slot on the plastic and press/"snap" into the metal frame. They fall out of the plastic real easy, so chances are one or more fell out of the plastic portion and when you went to press it back in, there was no metal clip there to hold it in place.

I'll upload a pic tonight, but i'd pull the full plastic off, find the metal clips/locations, make sure they are in and push everything back together.

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