Question about 1996 GMC Jimmy
I have isolated the drivers seat and ran power to the seat from a separate source and it works fine I have checked the relay which is the same one for the door locks and it is fine ( door locks work fine.) I have looked closely at the back of the fuse box and ground source plus the harness for damage.Please help.
I have had similar problem, after much power tracing and power bypass the problem was only solved when I cut out the under-seat connector and hard wired it....I suspect the design of the connector and the location is susceptible to corrosion from moisture
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Posted on Feb 11, 2009
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