Question about 2010 Chevrolet Silverado 1500
Remove the button & resolve that part of the issue,
so it either works or if tests bad-- replace it
Posted on Dec 07, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I AM NOT GOOD WITH UPHOLSTERY BUT I BUY ON EBAY ONCE IN A WHILE AND I FOUND A GOOD UPHOLSTERY GUY THAT YOU CAN GET THIS SEAT OR JUST THE BOTTOM FROM IF YOU NEED IT .. I HAD HIM DO ME ONE FOR MY LEATHER SUBURBAN AND WOW ITS NICE AND I PUT IT ON EASILY THE HARD PART WAS TAKING THE SEAT OUT THEN FOUND OUT IT WAS A SNAP TO PUT ON .. THE GUYS NAME ON EBAY IS upholsteryguys IF YOU NEED ANY HELP WITH THIS LET ME KNOW YOU WILL BE IMPRESSED WITH HIS WORK.. AS FAR AS THE HEATED SEATS AND THE LUMBAR GOES YOU MIGHT FIND THE PROBLEM WHEN YOU GET IT APPART PUTTING ON THE COVERS .. USUALLY THEY GET BAD CONNECTIONS AFTER A WHILE.. THANKS JERRY AND HOLLER IF YOU NEED MORE.
Posted on Apr 20, 2009
Camaros and Firebird/Trans-ams are notorious for electrial issues. I have owned several and I love them! I never experienced your problem my self, but obviously electricity is getting to the seat and its just a matter of process of elimination, so it sounds like you need to remove the switch and inspect all the connections, if no problems are noticed externally, then replace the switch first to rule out that possibity.
Before any of this, rule out the mechanical and obvious causes first before it costs you anything. Check the tracks that the seat slides back and forth on. I have frequent problems with change coming out of my pockets every time my foot gets heavy on the pedal (600hp vette)....so definity coins and other debris can cause the tracks to jam: cigarette lighters, pens, glasses, tools, fast food rubbish can all cause this.....
If its not any of these problems, it might be a relay
Posted on May 11, 2009
SOURCE: 1998 corvette Drivers Seat 4
the 10 amp fuse you checked is for the lumbar support, there is also a 20 amp circuit breaker in the fuse box there are two of them on for each seat, the drivers side is # 35 20 amp and hear is were we need to start, remove the circuit breaker and test for 12 volt at the circuit breaker, if there is 12 volt try swapping the two circuit breakers and if the seat then works replace the circuit breaker, if not then you will need to get to the wiring plug-in under the seat and check for power to both orange wires if no power on one or both wires then there is a brake between the fuse box and the seat, look real close were the wiring has to bend at the bottom of the seat rail this is were we see most brakes, if there is power at both orange wires then you need to test for power at the gray wire coming out of the switch wile holding the seat adjuster in the froward position, if there is no power replace the switch if there is power replace the motor pack under the seat.
let me know if there is any thing else you need.
Posted on Apr 14, 2011
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