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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
hello dschlig, most common for these seats are the motors. I would recommend raising the seat as high as possible. While trying to activate the seat in the forward/back positions, see if you hear or feel a clicking in the motor under the seat. The motor can be recognized closest to the carpet, and has 2 rods going to each seat track. If the motor clicks, inspect the connector and make sure nothing dislodged it. If it is ok, you can use a small hammer and an extension and lightly tap the motor to see if it will maybe release. If you know how to use a volt-meter, you can also check for power to the motor connector when sliding the switch in either direction. The motor can be replaced seperately.
Posted on Apr 20, 2009
Check for a bad splice in the driver's side door sill.
The SuperCrew the splice is generally a purple wire back by the C-pillar, and looks to be wrapped in a tape that looks like hockey tape. Should have signs of water damage.
If you did not have the rear slider issue, I would have thought VSM ( Vehicle Security Module ) ground missing. The VSM is mounted behind the rear seat back ( need to remove the seat to get to it to check ).
Posted on Oct 15, 2010
First try as fallow, get in to the seat, then keep tight your foot on floor and give a good press backward to the seat and operate the seat switch towards back, just release and do it again keep going that way it will start to move back words, if it start to move do it few time and do it every time you get in to the car at least two time per day continue it for one week, It will be OK otherwise need chassis no for more information,
Posted on Nov 12, 2010
Before you do any of the expensive things disconnect and reconnect the wiring to the seat I had the same exact problem with my 2009 Chevy Impala and was ready to take it to the dealer when I disconnected the power cables to it and reconnected them I found that one of the Harnesses was loose and the problem was solved
Posted on Oct 14, 2012
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