Question about Cars & Trucks
Ive disassembled the PSU but can't get the plastic sleeve off the fuse to see if it has blown, When I lift the plastic sleeve, the whole board seems to be lifting from the metal side of the PSU unit and I don't want to break the thing, Any tips from anyone who has had the same problem? Thanks
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Power seat lift problem
the 1st thing to check is the switch function, u will need a test light for that, if the switch is sending power to the seat motor then indeed the motor is defective, but in most cases the switch is the problem, u can't buy pars for a seat transmission, they are sold as a unit, about $400-500
Posted on Jan 06, 2009
There is no fuse but it has a circuit breaker. I changed the comfort relay and everything is working. spent $28.00.
Posted on Jan 07, 2009
SOURCE: how to do a cab lift
Take out the cab mounts, the put a hoist to it and strap it then pic it up. and if you do not have a hoist to do that with then you can also get four bottle jacks and put them at each corner of the cab and start jacking them up. But make sue to do it evenly. so you do not flip the cab over. and hurt your self or others.
Posted on Mar 24, 2009
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