Question about 1995 Buick Park Avenue
Two motors out of five don't work. The two that don't work try to. They make a clunk sound and ****, but that's it.
I had that problem with the motor for seat back tilt.
I had to remove the seat and take the cables out of the motor and connect the drive cables to 2 drills one in forward and one in reverse. I lubricated the threaded shafts and the drive unit with WD40 then ran the drills back and forward till it started moving again. then I lubed again with more wd40 and ran seat back all the way forward and back many times. reassembled and tested the motor by connecting 12 volt cordless drill batery to the motor to verify it is now working.
The problem that I am now having is no power to the drivers side and do have power on pasenger side, think they are the same fuse. Need schmatic/wire diagram to continue my trouble shooting . This should help with yours. test each motor with the cordless drill battery. reverse polarity to reverse direction.
Posted on Jun 21, 2009
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