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Old 11-15-2003, 07:36 PM
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Default Premature wearing of the leather side bolsters

This past week I noticed that the one of the seat bolsters (side bolster, seat back) was REALLY wearing out. It already had cracks and a couple of chips in the leather coloring. I only have 1,600 miles on the car, and I'm a 160 pound guy. I certainly don't wear any clothing that would have caused such damage. Has anyone else experienced this? If so, have the dealers been responsive? I had a similar problem (in a different area) on our Mini Cooper S, and the seat was replaced without question. I hope I have the same luck with Chrysler.
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