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Driver side power seat won't go up and down

Has power but won't go up and dow

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SOURCE: Driver side power window and both front heated

checkl fusers and cables to that
the problem is 100% with power

Posted on Nov 26, 2010

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SOURCE: My power window on the drivers side is half way

If you know how to remove the interior door trim take that off. If not there is a post on the site already I had just given directions how to do. Once you have the trim panel off you should be able to see part of the power window motor. If you do take a hammer hit it but not too hard. sometimes they need a bit of a jiggle to get going. try it and if it does not work try again, don't begin to hit it harder each time if it does not work. try a little bit harder if you feel like it but if it still doesnt work it is the power window motor you will need to replace then.

Posted on Feb 09, 2011

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SOURCE: I have a 2000 jimmy

this is common, if the seats move an any direction then its not a fuse, these dont use fuses rather a circuit breaker that resets itself and never seen one go bad, sorry for the bad news but it sounds like the lay down part is a motor or cable from motor and the lumber is a bad pump or connection under the seat. most of these that i work on have bad lumber pump motors and that are inside seat some older ones are under the seat, the way to repair is to replace the track, new or used, but if pump is inside the seat then thats another story, the covering needs to be removed. good day.

Posted on Jun 15, 2011

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