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It kind of vibrates and squeaks, I think the gate is starting to chime in as well, do I just go nuts with the WD 40 or should I actually grease it?

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Would you have to pull the seat out and the cover off to lubricate it?

I am following this because I have a squeak in my driver's seat back "hinge" mechanism. I can have my seat back one level more upright or lower but it sounds like a mouse orgy when it's on the goldilocks setting.
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Would you have to pull the seat out and the cover off to lubricate it?

I am following this because I have a squeak in my driver's seat back "hinge" mechanism. I can have my seat back one level more upright or lower but it sounds like a mouse orgy when it's on the goldilocks setting.
Wasn't planning on removing but now that you mention it I guess might as well, they're easy enough to get out
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WD40 makes a garage door lubricant which dries so it doesn't attract dirt and fluff.

It comes with a long nozzle so you can reach in tight places without pulley everything apart.

I use it on my fridge slide all the time because I continually get sand in it.
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