Driver's seat air valve leaking...

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I think the logo molded into the side says "GT" and the part number "3013-4". It crosses to a bunch of other part numbers.

Can these things be serviced, or should I just replace it? I think I saw a thread somewhere about a member taking it apart and reversing the O-ring seals in one...20200429_101534.jpg
 
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My seat has the opposite problem. It goes up just fine but it will not go back down. So it is always at the tallest setting.
 

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Seat valve showed up today. Installed in about two minutes, with no tools. No more leak, and seat now does exactly what it's supposed to do...
 

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My seat has the opposite problem. It goes up just fine but it will not go back down. So it is always at the tallest setting.
Remove switch, cut off lines with razor carefully, and swap them. If they are incorrectly swapped it will do this


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