What are these things for? I just noticed 'em. They're like little plastic T-handles.
That's what I'm thinking. Sorry, no pic. This wee little handle just barely pokes out from under the seat cushion. Kinda white, opaque plastic. There's even a little foam pad stuck to the black plastic under the seat right where the handle emerges, evidently to keep the little thing from rattling against that plastic.johnebgoode said:May be a release handle for lower seat cushion.
I don't know whether this is common for desert-dwelling GTOs, but yeah--the sun does a number on your car here. It's absolutely merciless. Outside air temps in June and July can be 115 or more, but on a blacktop parking lot it's even worse. Although the GTO doesn't have an outside temp gauge, my wife's Envoy does and it'll sometimes register temps in the 130s when you first start it up after it's sat in a parking lot. Interior temps, naturally, are way higher.dealernut said:That is also a new issue I had never heard about. Is that common in the desert?
That's the handle. And I guess it's black, not white. Wow, looks like those bottom cushions will just pop right out with a little tug on that handle, huh?05GTO said::agree
Here is a picture from where I removed my seats to run a wire for the rear escort sensor.
I thought I had hot weather!GM Kid said:Outside air temps in June and July can be 115 or more, but on a blacktop parking lot it's even worse. register temps in the 130s when you first start it up after it's sat in a parking lot. Interior temps, naturally, are way higher.
In those concave areas where the speaker bulges transition to the flat area, the adhesive on the back of the cloth let go and the cloth just stretched straight across that void.