Do your non-sport leatherette/leather seats give you back pains? There is a simple DIY fix that is customizable to basically any level of comfort you desire.
This has given me back problems since I got the car. But, I recently was able to fix this using a towel and some metal wire!
1) Remove the two plastic plugs at the bottom of the driver back plastic piece.
When removing the plastic plugs just break them, I used a standard "cutter" (don't laugh) or sharp tool to cut the flat heads off the plugs. There is no real way to save them and I have found that they don't really do anything (yet
), the back plastic is pretty stable without them
2) Pull down on the plastic and it will come down about 2 inches and it will break free
3) For me you can see in the pics the "pain zone" This metal bar was digging into my back so bad, making me want to tear my spine out and beat the car with it.
4) Zip tie/wire or whatever you want to pull that "lever" thing by wrapping it around the lever and through a small hole of which I have circled in the pic.
5) Add as many towels or foam as you want until it feels right.
6) Horizontally put one side of the plastic back into the seat and "push" the plastic together to fit it back in then push back up to snap it back into place. The bottom should just stay there, If your not happy with it, just jam something in the hole
I think that covers it, I hope that helps some!