Originally Posted by ohiobill
As I recall on my 378 , you must first move the seat all the way back, raise the armrests, and rotate the seat. About half way around, you must move the seat all the way forward, which is now away from the steering wheel. It still rubs the wheel, but not too bad. I think the seat back must be tilted forward (now away from the wheel) too. Doing the chicken voodoo dance doesn't hurt anything either.
that's the way we do it in our 360.
I have to tilt the seat back forward.
1. "must first move the seat all the way back"
2. "raise the armrests"
3. tilt steering wheel up
4. "rotate the seat" toward passenger
5. "About half way around, you must move the seat all the way forward" (toward passenger)
6. complete rotation
7. return seat back to upright position, lower arm rests
8. move seat belt
Anyone have a better way or a correction to ohiobill's method?