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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Check the fuse. The fuse box is located on the passengers side at the side of the dashboard. Also check the fuses that are located under the hood. The location for fuses are in your car manual.
Posted on Feb 28, 2009
One of two options: You have a bad seat position switch, or you have a bad seat motor. Use a digital multi-meter and backprobe to check for voltage at the motor when the seat switch is moved to the "reverse" position. If you have voltage, you have a bad motor. If you do NOT have voltage, replace the switch.
Posted on Dec 10, 2009
Does this have automatic seat positioning when you open the door or hit the unlock button on your key fob? Here's how it works:
* Seats — Programmable: The memory seat system allows automatic positioning of the driver seat to two programmable positions using the message center, the key fob or the keypad on the door.
* Seats — Driver Seat Module: The Driver Seat Module (DSM) is located under the driver's seat and is attached to the seat frame. The DSM will:
- control the movements of the driver's seat and power exterior rearview mirrors
- store and recall seat and mirror positions of two personalized settings
- receive all power seat and mirror control inputs from the Driver's Door Module (DDM) through the J1850 communication network
- move the exterior rearview mirrors downward when the transmission is shifted into reverse, if enabled.
* Seats — Driver Door Module: The driver's seat regulator control switch is connected to the Driver Door Module (DDM). The DDM receives the driver's seat regulator control switch input and communicates the direction of movement over the J1850 communication network.
Visual Inspection Chart Mechanical Electrical
* Front seat tracks obstructed.
* Seat at limit(s) of travel.
* Open fuse junction panel Fuses 39 (10A), 41 (20A), and 28 (10A).
* Open power distribution box Fuse 13 (30A).
* Loose, corroded or damaged connectors.
* Damaged switches.
* Damaged motors
Also, the dealer can run a scan on your seat modules with his tester and tell you what the codes are. They should only charge an hour to do this. Then you can decide what to do. Call your dealer and ask how much to run the scan test.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Aug 17, 2010
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