Detach seat belt from anchor point on rear end of
||Remove and retain all fixing
nuts, bolts and washers, holding the seat to the adjustment sliders. Lift
seat from vehicle and put out of the way.
||Remove the fixing bolts
attaching the sliders to the seat box/support frame. Note some vehicles
like post 1994 Fiat Ducato's, Peugeot Boxer's and Citroen Relay's have
some front fixings on a lip/tongue on the front of the seat box/support
Bolt the swivel plate to the seat support frame/box
taking care to ensure its the correct way up etc..
||When fitting FASP seat swivel
plates to post 1994 Fiat Ducato's, Peugeot Boxer's and Citroen Relay's,
the seat runners with the angled tabs/tongues over the front of the seat
box/support frame need to be modified. With these runners, saw off the
angled tabs/tongues (down-ward projection) from the front of the seat
slider so that the slider will lie flat on top of the seat swivel plate.
Sawing off the tongues DOES NOT apply to the SportsCraft seat swivel plates.
DOUBLE check your application before cutting!!!
Another point to check before cutting and drilling is the front fixing of
swivel to seat box, as on one vehicle it was found there was no
holes in the top of the seat box, so fresh holes had to be drilled to fix
the front of the seat swivel to the seat box. On this occasion the new
holes were very close to the original tongue fixing, thus making it
difficult to fix the front of the swivel. Any
competent engineer should easily overcome these
||With the modified runners, you
also need to drill an 8mm to 9mm (3/8" approx) hole just behind the point
where the saw cut was made on the slider, this needs to be 308mm (between
centres) from the existing rear hole of the slider.
||Bolt your sliders to the top of
swivel plate. The modified sliders need the cut end facing forward.
||Before proceeding any further,
make sure your seat swivel plate rotates freely, and the fixings don't
foul each other.
||Refix your seat to the sliders
using the original fixings.
||Refix the safety belt back to
its original position.
||Re-check that all fixing are tight
and secure. Fitting is now complete.