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Jump starting a battery under passenger seat

there should be jump start lugs inside the hood area. At least the positive. The negative goes to the engine either way. If you are not sure, check the owners manual. they will pinpiont it. Without knowing your year, I cant look it up.

Feb 02, 2018 | Seat Cars & Trucks

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Under seat battery jump start

Any car nowadays that has a hidden or hard to get to battery will have a jumping post somewhere under the hood, it will be red and marked somehow, the negative
can go to any solid body or engine ground.

Feb 02, 2018 | Chrysler PT Cruiser Cars & Trucks

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Battery location

it is under the back seat. you need to lift out the bottom part of the back seat to get to the battery.

Oct 17, 2013 | 2002 Cadillac Deville

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check the battery first. if the battery is ok sit on seat and turn key, you should hear the solenoid clicking. if not using a testlight check fuses under bonnett,if all ok check that you have power at both starter solenoid heavy wires and one small wire while turning the is advisable to get someone to sit on seat while doing these checks for your safety.There is a start inhibit switch under the seat to prevent engine starting when nobody is siting on seat

Aug 07, 2013 | Cars & Trucks

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We had this problem numerous time (luckily while under an extended warranty) our local dealer tried fixing it many times, they even put a heavier motor under the seat. After one repair the seat motor stopped working within 2 miles. My husband turned around stayed out in the shop and helped the mechanic discover that when the seat went back at a certain point, the wire under the drivers seat was routed so that it traveled into the seat track and back out, when it went into the track it got pinched and shorted out. (you CAN NOT tell if this has happened by looking under the seat, the wire will NOT still be trapped in the seat track or severed, at a certain point the wires traveled into and then back out of the track causing a main wire to short out (wires are harnessed under the drivers seat which control movement in both seats). The solution - a new wire harness was installed and the wires had to be routed differently to prevent this from happening. The repair only took a few minutes the wire harness had to move over about three inches and the wires got ties to hold them out of the way. That was three years ago and so far this has not been a problem again. Hope this helps, or gives you some place to start looking.

Aug 30, 2010 | 2005 Chrysler Pacifica

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Heated seats not working.

You should start by checking your fuses under the dash. Should be a small panel under the dash or on the side of it. The panel has a legend which shows the position and title of each fuse.

Dec 09, 2009 | 1997 Ford Expedition

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My 2001 chevy impala heated seat stoped working, how do i fix this issue. where do i start troubleshotting, I replaced the fuse.. no good

It's very likely a broken wire to one of the serveral heating pads in the seat. The next possibility is the heater module which is located under the seat.
When I fixed the heated seat on my Pontiac Bonneville, I just pulled the seat out of the car. The heated seat wires are pretty obvious when you can see under the seat. I had an obvious broken wire that shorted against the seat spring. I repaired that had had resistance in the seat circuit. It turns out that my heater module was also bad. I switched it with the passenger seat and it works fine now. The module is about $80-100.

Oct 21, 2009 | 2002 Chevrolet Impala

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Battery location?

It's under the back seat on passenger side. Give the end of the seat a good upward yank and it will pop up

Jan 28, 2009 | 1992 BMW 5 Series

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Toyota corolla SE 2007

Not at the present time. i haven't seen any recalls due to a possible electrical fire ignition under driver seat for the Camry SE or any other model. Your insurance should take care of it no problem since it wasn't your fault. Hope this will help.

Jul 29, 2008 | 2007 Toyota Camry

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Audi a4 quattro 1999 airbag sensor

sounds like it fried the power seat motor when it faulted like that sometime power seat motors come loose which releases the power coupling clip for wires i believe this is a saftey factor for the seat and seat belts this will have to have seat pulled up and out to check this

May 26, 2008 | Audi Quattro Cars & Trucks

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