Question about 2004 GMC Yukon
The driver side electric seat does not do anything, but the passenger electric seat works fine. The heated seats do not work on either side.
Is there a fuse that is blown or is it a motor? It has happened once before when I left the truck outside on a cold night, -30 f , but started working again when I put it in the Garage for a couple of hours. now , Nothing!any ideas?
At temperatures such as yu mentioned the car will almost certainly suffer some sort of electrical problems as microchips which controll all your electricals are prone to breaking and loosing functionality. it could be either. if you can take motor off or access the main wires at the back of it and try direct connection to the battery and see if it responds. if not then it will definitley be a fuse.
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