Question about 2004 Chevrolet Suburban
I tolk my 2004 Suburban to the car wash and they ran both of my elecrtic seats all the way forward to vacuum. Upon completeting the wash cycle teh attendent that move the caqr to the dry area noticed that the electric seats would not move. I tried the seats and the elctric heat in the seats and noticed there was no power. ZI figured they had blown a fuse. I have check both fuse panels in the car and the main power distribution center under the hood however I have not been able to point out the origin of the power disconnect. I have also checked all plug in terminals under the seats. Do you have any idea. This has to be something simple fore the seats were working fine before.
At the back of the outer seat adjuster rail is a connector. Sometimes the conn comes apart or wires break or wires get shorted and trip the seat circuit breaker or fuse. This will happen on either side of seat. Also make sure nothing was stashed under the seat to cause wires getting caught & pulled out.
Posted on Dec 26, 2008
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