Question about 2004 Chevrolet Suburban
2004 Chevy Suburban. Initially, it would seems to be stuck and I would move the (2) motors and it would work for a while (maybe a day or two) and it would back to the same. And now, it wont go up or down. All other functions are wroking fine (recliner, heater, and slide fwd and backwards). Any ideas.
It can only be 2 things, either the switch is bad or the motor in the transmission is bad, both parts are a common failure so u must test each to determine which is at fault, do u have a 12 volt test light? if not get one, about $6 from any parts store like Kragen, Autozone and others, raise the seat as high as possible and disconnect the motor that is inop, (be careful not to break the connector locks) push the switch to operate that motor in one direction (up for this test), the test light should light, then move the test light to the other terminal of the connector and press the switch for down, again the test light should light, if the lights go on as described then the motor is the problem and if they don't the switch is the problem.
Posted on Jan 15, 2009
I had the same problem with my 2004 Suburban. Bought it used and didn't check the up and down on the driver side power seat. The gear heads on the motors were stripped and I had to replace the entire seat track assembly. It's the only way you can replace these 2 motors. The track assembly cost $750 and it took me about 3 hours to remove and replace it.
Posted on Dec 12, 2009
The panelof my pt crusier 6-Way Power Driver's Seat keeps popping off i had a new one put on but this has fallen popped off
Posted on Oct 19, 2009
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