Re: My power seats on my 1997 GMC Jimmy does not move...
If you look in your fuse box which is on the side of the dash as you open your drivers door open it up and the fuse for the power seat is the letter (A) it also controls your power door locks and keyless entry it should be simple to change most have a little white fuse puller inside the cover to the fuse box that you can just pinch on the fuse and gently pull it out and most also have spare fuses in the same place but make sure you replace with the same amp fuse no stronger or no weaker
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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.
Left side of the dash, to the right of the IP fuse block. Its a 25 amp circuit breaker, an aluminum cased breaker.
CHECK FOR POWER ON THE SEAT SWITCH "A" TERMINAL AND GROUND ON THE "D" TERMINAL. IF YOU HAVE POWER AND GROUND THE SWITCH IS BAD.
you have to remove seat cover on back and bottom of seat . there is a long plastic clip sowed to seat covers . push in and un hook then you can pull seat cover up to see bolts. dont pull to hard or you will rip seat cover .
both my power seats are not working at all ..it first started with driver seat , to make seat move forward and back tilting the recliner was working then it went out ..not working either..then after a month later my pasenger seat stopped working as well... what might be the issue..please reply
Yes if your shock is bad it will MAY have tweaked the bearing just a bit. It doesnt take much at all. When the pressure is off the bearing (ie 2wd) your shock should keep that bearing from moving "Floating" around a whole lot in the hub, when you add the 4wd now you have the drive axle and the shock keeping the bearing from "floating" moving around. 4wd is a more stable for your suspension which helps to keep things in align (hence the more power and stability). You may have a good bearing here, but may have a bad hub. Since you have replaced the hub and the CV Shaft. I would suspect you are having a bearing issue. The bigger question is how and why? Feel free to ask me anything more about this. I am willing to help you in any way I can to help you get this resolved. Is there anything else that you think maybe contributing to this? Anything parts you replaced other than the hub/CV Joint?