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96 Ford ranger----center arm rest

I have a 96 Ford ranger with bucket seats, and a center fold down arm rest. It is loose, I was wondering if anyone knew how to go about tightening the bolt that holds it to the drivers seat? Thanks Tom
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in the armrest there is a plastic cover over a star bolt. tighten that.
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Thanks for the reply. Found the plastic cover, and tightened the bolt.
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Yep not a prob, I had to tighten mine once
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