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I think it's definitely the part of the seat that you actually sit on - my first Kuga had this really badly, and was "fixed" a couple of times only for it to start again within minutes.


The side it was on was where my younger son (approx 3 stone) would sit - for some reason the boys swapped and after a few runs with the 6 stone one on that side it went away.



When you look at the amount of polystyrene under there and in the boot it's no wonder there is some squeaking going on - try rubbing 2 bits together, or even one bit on another surface - it does squeak.



Glad to say new car has never had this issue!
 
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