Drivers electric seat won't move, passenger seat will, neither seat heater works which fuse do i replace?
Without a repair manual for your make/model it is impossible to tell which fuse. The quickest way is for you to pull the fuse cover and look for a diagram. If that doesn't work, pull out a volt/ohm meter and a flashlight and start pulling one fuse at a time and inspecting. You should be able to tell clearly if it is blown or not but if it's questionable, shine behind it with the flashlight. If still no luck, set the ohm meter to ohms, turn it on, and touch a lead to each blade of fuse. Meter will show zero if fuse is blown but will show continuity/activity if it is good. If all fuses good, next check for power as close to seat motor as possible. Come to think of it, check to see if perhaps the motor has become unplugged! To check for power set your ohm meter to volts, attach black lead to a good frame ground. That would be something metal that is directly attached or is part of the metal body of the car.Next take the red lead and start touching the connectors leading to the motor. If you have done all this and still have not found the problem, next would be the motor and/or the switch that turns on the motor but that will take more instruction..Let me know?
Jan 02, 2010 |
2004 Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD