Last post on Nov 11, 2012 at 7:37 AM
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Toyota Matrix, Interior, Wagon
#18 of 22 Front Seat Comfort Issues
Feb 24, 2010 (10:19 pm)
Thanks for that information and it definitely sounds correct. However, I'm not sure how to lower only the FRONTt of the seat. I will check the manual. The entire seat seems to go up or down. I will try more adjustments..
Thanks so much for the helpful suggestion. If this fails, I've already called the dealer about the seat and asked for help. The car will be spending some time at the dealer's next week for the two recall fixes--both the gas pedal and the floor mats. Hopefully if I haven't been able to fix the seat by then, they can.
#19 of 22 Re: mold inside doors of matrix after rain [timber4]
Oct 23, 2010 (1:35 pm)
We have the same issue of mold inside Matrix doors/windows in soggy Seattle. Has anyone found a solution to this? Our door drains are okay. Thanks.
#20 of 22 Re: Fold Down Passenger Seat [tcapps589]
Mar 09, 2011 (7:43 am)
I have been looking at used Toyota Matrixes and Pontiac Vibes. I want the folddown front passenger seat, but don't want to buy the XRS or GT versions of the cars.
Wondered if anyone has a solution or source for a replacement folddown front passenger seat?
#21 of 22 Re: Front Seat Comfort issues [aspake]
Oct 18, 2012 (10:27 pm)
My mom has a Toy/Matrix too..i used it for a drive to Vegas, about 3 hours and my knee hurt so bad it ruined my trip..when i driven it around town it is the same issue..bad knee pain,leg pain...my mon after having the car for three years is now limping and has a awkward walk on the right leg!!! And i told her i know it has to be her cars front seat...doctor's are unsure what it is. Well, i will keep you posted here, but i say it is that darn front seat.
#22 of 22 Re: Front Seat Comfort issues [pollybeaus]
Nov 11, 2012 (7:37 am)
Sorry for the delay in replying! My right knee has been bothering me since driving this car. Are you or your Mother's problems with your right leg as well?
Thank you, Dan