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Hi. Just a quick question. I am changing batteries in my sons favourite digger that he got for Christmas. I have new Duracell ultra power aa batteries after I insert them there's not one ounce of Power, when i press the power check on d side it says they have 100 % power. When I put the old batteries back in they still work slightly. Not sure what the problem might be. Thank u in advance for your help. Regards, jackie
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: power seat switch
It is most definitely the seat slide motor. Most infiniti drivers seats have three different motors. I30, I35's and QX4's all had problems with the seat slide motors. You can tap on the slide motor which is under the front of the seat and it will probably work for a little while, but it WILL stop working completely. There was actually a Technical Service Bulletin regarding this issue because there were so many vehicles that had this problem. I hate to see that guy waste money trying to get a circuit board rebuilt that absolutely will not solve the problem.
Posted on May 06, 2009
SOURCE: new battery in 06 mazda 6
1. Turn ignition switch to "on" position.
2. Open passenger window completely from passenger side window switch.
3. Close passenger window completely from passenger side window switch, and hold switch for an additional 2 seconds.
4. Turn ignition back to "lock" position.
That's it. Works like a champ. And here you thought it was more than just a battery dying....I did.
Posted on Jun 10, 2009
I was told its a common defect...just by the way it was made. I took the passanger panel control off and put it on the driver side and it worked...the other dude is right 200-300 at a dealer. I saw one on ebay for 110.00 so im gonna go that route.
Posted on Mar 22, 2010
The solution to this issue was recently discovered during our most recent trip to the shop. We told them not to leave the window down when they changed the battery... BUT DID THEY LISTEN...NOOOO.
So quite by accident I was finally able to correct and then test fail the system and test and fix again...
Here you go.;
1. disconnect the battery and connect both the positive and negative cables together(after disconnected))
2. disconnect the window and lock controller in the driver's side door.
3. Leave cables connected for at least 5 minutes
4. Re-connect door window controller and locks wiring harness
5. Place the key in the ignition and turn to the run position
6. Connect Battery starting with the negative cable(ensuring not to connect then disconnect, (one swift motion)
7. open drivers side door and turn key to the off position(do not remove)
8. You should hear a series of dings
9 Once dings are heard remove the key from the ignition and you should hear the door lock solenoids activate..
10. Congrats.. Your done and the windows and locks work.
Posted on Mar 24, 2010
there is a fuse in between the part of the battery connectors under the hood..... i think its an 80 amp fuse. change that out and then put a new one in..i had to buy a higher amp fuse but it works till i find a 80 amp fuse.i hope this helps you....
Posted on Nov 28, 2010
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