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2001 bmw 525i .power seats and steerind column adjustments wont work.tested power suply and its like 5watts.checked fuse..its good but only bout 5 amps there too

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Check the connection that goes to the driver seat disconect it and put it back in. once there is a lack of connection on your seat harness the stearing adjustment do not work or the seat move. you can contact me at amigotnt@yahoo.com if you have any further questions

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