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There is a D shaped handle on the side of the seat nearest the door. Lift up on it and the seat back will fold forward, and the entire seat mechanism will lift up and to the front, giving your passengers room to get into the back seat. Simply push the seat back toward the rear of the car to set it back in place; it will lock itself down once it's back in its original position.
I had a problem similar to this but mine was in a GT and they would just work when they wanted to. I just had all the wires cut leading to the front passenger seat, back driver seat, and back passenger seat. And left the wires on the main. They all work perfect now. But the downside is that the driver is the only one who can put the windows down. (Which isn't always a bad thing) Hope I could help!
I have a 2001 Cadillac DHS. It is located under the back seat . You have to pull the seat portion up and out toward the back of the front seat. There are two litte black flat points about three inches wide that slip behind the back part of the rear seat backs. It is kind of like a up and out motion. The battery is large and heavy...you may have to take the seat completely out to get to the battery. If you have heated rear seats there is small connection you may need to disconnect to free up the seat for removal. Simple disconnect. It is a wire length connection on the rear passenger side close to the exit door threshold.
The battery has a rubber type hold down ...but the the real securing point is the plastic block that is bolted down...you have to remove the block with a socket to release the battery completely.
Seat goes back in that same motion just....slip the black points under the back of the seat and push back and then down.
Probably the best thing is a Glass shop. It sounds like a part called a window regulator is broke. Hopefully the cracking sound is just the plastic of the regulator and not electricity arcing.
In trying to do this yourself, the window has to be up and braced. Your Cadillac is a big car with big windows. Parts are a little heavier and harder to control.
You can call around for the price, tell them you "WANT TO KNOW THE COST OF REPLACING A WINDOW REGULATOR FOR YOUR CADILLAC DHS."
You have two fuse boxes below and in front of the rear seat cushion. You have to pull the seat cushion up and then pull back the carpeting to get to them. Check the appropriate fuse and replace if necessary. If it's not a blown fuse then you have a short somewhere most likely.
It is under the car on either driver or passenger side in a metal bracket, the side to side location changes on some years and models, look just about where the front seats are bolted to the body, it is round about 6 inches long