Question about 1990 Cadillac Deville
Is there a way to manullaly do it
First I would check to make sure there are no blown fuses.
There is a semi-manual way to do this, but it will take some research. Each seat has a ground wire and a positive connection. You could try wiring the seat with a battery directly to the seat. Before you do this make sure to look up wiring diagrams to make sure that you tape the right (+) and (-) leads
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