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2008 CTT Driver's Seat Creak


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Got a new to me -- 20K mile 2008 CTT.

So far so good.....

However I have this very annoying drivers side creak. Left hip side.

I'm not a little guy -- but not a big one either 6' 185# -- No idea of the PO.

I've had it about 2 months now and for the last 3-4 weeks the drivers side seat creaks and groans

around the corners. Not track style turns, but simple everyday driving.

Any pointers before I start getting to drastic measures.

thanks,

Mike

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  • 2 weeks later...

I would guess the springs are rubbing on frame attachments somewhere in the seat.

Usually larger people will notice this (due to larger forces involved).

I would check to make sure the seat is secured to floor as first step. Sometimes the leather rubs against itself in places where surfaces touch.

Try to use leather conditioner and make sure to get those spaces where leather touches. That could be an area as well.

Hope this helps.

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