Question about 2003 Ford Explorer Sport Trac
Most likely an open circuit in one of the elements in the seat cushion or seat back.
You can check them with an ohm meter. The plugs will be under the seat near the inside seat hindge. The cushion will come in on the YE/LB wire and leave on the GY/LB,then this wire will feed the seat back element and come back to the module on the VT/LB wire. If you have an open circuit in either one then neither will work since one feeds the other. You can get the element seperate but the seat cover or back will have to be removed to replace.
It is usually the seat cushion element that goes bad.
Posted on Feb 26, 2009
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