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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 10-13-2011, 06:03 PM Thread Starter
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More comfortable driver's seat

Hey guys, im a new owner of a 2006 g6 base model 4 door. The car has been great so far but my biggest complaint is how uncomfortable the drivers seat is. Its not the material or feel of the seats, but the design. My back begins aching while sitting in the seat for only a few minutes and I don't have back problems. The bottom section of the back support sticks out and the top portion is so thin in comparison, its like my lower back is supported but my upper back isn't supported at all making it fatigued. My other car is an old dodge intrepid and I think the extremely comfortable seats in that have spoiled me.

Anyway, do you guys experience this same problem and have any comfort solutions? Im not even a really big person im 6 foot tall and weigh 160lbs. Thanks!
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I know in my 2006 G6 GT you can adjust the amount of back support with a lever that is attached to the left side of the seat on the recliner part (not near the bottom, but more midway).

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Haha thanks so much dude, I feel like such an idiot. I never noticed that lever before and I did the lumbar support all the way off and it feels so much better.
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Haha thanks so much dude, I feel like such an idiot. I never noticed that lever before and I did the lumbar support all the way off and it feels so much better.
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