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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I have a 2004 CTS. I know there are two fuse boxes underneath the floor carpeting in front of the rear seat. Remove the rear seat bottom cushion and pull the carpet forward and you will see them. Inside the cover identifies what fuse is for what function. Hopefully it is a blown fuse, otherwise my guess would be a short in the wiring some where.
Posted on Jan 17, 2009
No fuse.These seats are protected with relays and a seat module.The module is under the drivers seat.There are 3 connectors and it would be hard to check all these wires for power to the motors.First look under the seat and make sure none of the connectors came apart under the seat by something that might have been left or rolled under it.The 2 main ones you can check are the connector 2 terminal C and connector 3 terminal A.C is a black wire which is ground and A is a red wire which is the feed power wire.Connector 2 is green and 3 is black.If the ground and power wires are good then you could have a bad drivers seat module.What I would do is go to the salvage yard and find a used module to try.Good luck.
Posted on Dec 07, 2009
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I had the same problem some one on one of the web-sites solved his problem by banging on the track rail in the front while pushing the seat button back after a good few bangs it unjamed and works great now .I feel like I saved at least $1500 by dealer rates.
Posted on Aug 19, 2010
I found this post area while looking for a way to fix my stuck 2001 Camry LE drivers seat. Sure enough, while engaging the seat motor (it could be heard making an initial clikc), I hit the front rails a coupel time prettysolidly with a rubber mallet. That fixed it!
Thanks to all for providing a quick fand easy way to get the seat moving again!
Posted on Aug 22, 2010
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