Anyone with some mileage on their truck knows the seat isn't as stiff as it used to be. Most of the ranger seats with higher mileage sag in the back so when you sit in them you feel like you're sitting on the floor. All you need to do is go to the pass seat and sit down to know how big a difference it is between a seat with a broken guide wire and one without.
To stop the sagging and get your quality of ride back just fix the seat guide wire shown below.
The red guide wire connects to the back of the seat and runs up the center of the seat. This one single wire distributes the entire load evenly across the seat and if it breaks all hell breaks loose.
Without this guide wire, the load that is normally evenly across all the springs goes instantly to the rear of the seat and to just a few springs in the back. So..... you sag.........
You can either repair this wire somehow or do what I did...... steal the spring set from the frame of the passenger seat of my spare seats I had in the garage
Your seat will be like brand new again! Stiff, firm, and super comfy! You will even sit higher in your truck LOL!!!!