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Olds Aurora seat wont adjust

My '97 Oldsmobile Aurora has a strange problem - the seat adjusting buttons doesn't work completely. It allows me to tilt the seat back but not lower it. It adjusts in about 6 direction and about 4 of them work. The problem is my petite mother used it last and now I can fully lower the seat. Is it a fuse or just stuck? What should I do?

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"Olds Aurora seat wont adjust" ..... I have same issue with a 1998 and I found out when I opened the driver side door and wiggle the black acordian-like harness that covers the wires between the door and the dash the seats will move. There is no doubt a break or short in the wiring running through this harness.

Posted on Jul 08, 2009

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Check on the side of the seat for a manual lever. For some reason the car companies still include a manual adjustment in addition to the electric one. If any direction works with the motor then the fuse is good.

Posted on Jun 18, 2009

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I agree with rbc, it's probably loose wires, though I was going to suggest looking under the seat, I don't know where the wires are on this car, but usually they are under the seat and rarely are they neatly placed, easy to bump if anything gets shoved under there. fiddle around with em a little.

Posted on Jul 16, 2009

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