The seat is rather easy to remove.
Move the seat forward and remove the 2 bolts underneath.
Move seat backwards and remove the 2 botls.
Lift seat to disconnect the wire couplers and the seat can be taken out.
Remove the side covers and you can see what ihas gotten between the gears.
Before removing anything, locate the motor and give it some banging, sonetimes it is just stuck and needs so push start.
Tuesday, October 28th, 2008 AT 12:37 PM