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i would think you did not plug in all the connectors. maybe you need an abs capable scanner to reset it

Seat Cars &... | Answered Yesterday


https://big-manuals.com/

this book helped me repair it within an hour, all by myself!!!! It's amazing, no hassle at all
From wiring diagrams, schematic illustrations, spark plugs info, parts info, chassis number, valvetime settings, step wise instructions, torque specs, error/fault codes, engine info, to every single minute parts, you get everything in there you can't imagine how detailed it is

Seat Cars &... | Answered Yesterday


no such aircraft

Seat Cars &... | Answered on Dec 08, 2018


At this website https://big-manuals.com/I found so many manuals that aren't here.. Also complete, this one is not, much better language, complete manual of 800+ pages, and they also have live a ssistance feature
You can go ahead and try it out

Seat Cars &... | Answered on Dec 08, 2018


So if you're repairing your vehicle or heavy machines on your own, try this website https://big-manuals.com/
It's of great help for DIY Repair, try it out once
From wiring diagrams, s chematic illustrations, spark plugs info, parts info, stepwise instructions, torque specs, error/fault codes, engine info, to every single minute parts, you get everything in there you can't imagine how detailed it is

Seat Cars &... | Answered on Dec 04, 2018


order a new knob and use pliers or screwdriver to pull release

Seat Cars &... | Answered on Dec 04, 2018


To warn people and especially oerator of vehicle (Responsability) so before driving off every pasenger including driver is buvkled up.

Most modern (don't ask what moden means) it veries by country and manufacturer HENCE it's a sensor in the cradle for the latch (my thought) OR if seats fitted with sensors indicating that a person is seated in that seat and if so needs to buckle up.
Other times the complexity of the computer system might be misbehaving.
Start with the seatbelt cradle switches or sensors.
Your vehicles service manual will have details regarding the wiring schematic etc OTHERWISE you could ask google for help...naturally search wording is important in narowing down the best result.
Good luck.

Seat Cars &... | Answered on Dec 02, 2018


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DTC B2430 Passenger Seat Heater Circuit


Do you know what DTC'S - diagnostic trouble code's are ?

The driver and passenger seat heaters are controlled by the driver seat module. Power is supplied to the driver seat cushion and back heater elements through individual voltage supply circuits. Power is supplied to the passenger seat cushion and back heater elements through a common voltage supply circuit. All of the driver and passenger seat heater elements are grounded by the driver seat module through individual low side drive control circuits. The heater element control circuits are pulse width modulated to ground by the driver seat module in order to control the seat temperatures by regulating the current flow through the heater elements.
Your best bet , take it to a qualified repair shop that has diagnostic scanner that can read this code's

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DTC B2430 Passenger Seat Heater Circuit


Do you know what DTC'S - diagnostic trouble code's are ?

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DTC B2435 Driver Seat Back Heater Sensor Circuit


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DTC B2440 Passenger Seat Back Heater Sensor Circuit


The driver seat module relies on inputs from thermistors installed in the driver and passenger seat backs to control heated seat temperatures. The thermistors are 2-wire sensors supplied with a 5-volt referenced signal circuit and low reference circuit from the driver seat module. Resistance through the thermistors varies with temperature causing the heated seat sensor signal circuit voltage levels to decrease as the seat back temperatures rise.

Seat Cars &... | Answered on Nov 30, 2018

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Did your Airbag Light just turn on? Accident or not, what you can do now...


No Accident, but the Airbag Light came on?

Airbag Light just turned on one day? If the vehicle was not in an accident or bumping anything then most likely there is a bad connection somewhere or one of the parts gone bad. If vehicle not in an accident: The parts that could have gone bad are: airbags, seat belts, impact sensors. To know exactly what the issue is, take it to a body shop and have it scanned to get codes that will tell you what the issue is.

If the vehicle was in an accident, then you can send the airbag computer module to us to be reset.

Can I just clear the codes myself with my handheld scanner?
https://help.myairbags.com/hc/en-us/articles/115012438268-MyAirbags-Q-A-Can-I-clear-the-airbag-codes-myself-with-my-handheld-scanner-

on Nov 22, 2018 | Cars & Trucks


What make , model an year vehicle ?

Seat Cars &... | Answered on Nov 13, 2018


Check the wires between the door and car I would have thought u got at least 1 broken wire

Seat Cars &... | Answered on Nov 08, 2018


Since you pulled the seat, you had to have pulled the wires to this stuff. just make sure they're plugged back in real good.

Seat Cars &... | Answered on Nov 05, 2018


Check the latch mechanism that something isn't obstructing one of the latch points. If no obstruction, the latch is broken or the spring holding the latch down. You didn't say what vehicle you have so, nothing more can be added.

Seat Cars &... | Answered on Nov 03, 2018


check track for debris

Seat Cars &... | Answered on Nov 02, 2018

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