Question about 2003 Ford Expedition
It sounds like the driver seat module. It controls all of these items.
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Posted on Oct 02, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Might want to check the driver's side door sill for a splice that is corroded.
In the SCab, I have seen this closer to the driver's side kick panel, where the hood release is at ( still in the door sill ), on the SuperCrew, I have seen this splice at the back, where the wires turn up the C-pillar.
Here are some pictures from other people that had this problem.
The front, the wire with the bad splice was reported to be a blue w/ White stripe wire.
When it is found in the back, it is a violet wire
If you check the fuses for those items, you will find the fuses are fine, but when you check the switch for the item, there is no power.
It will take some time, but checking for a broken splice, that is not obvious, but the chance is high you will find one in the sea of wires in the door sill.
Posted on Dec 21, 2009
I have a similiar problem mine is only the seats tho. They worked fine and one day we got in to go somewhere and I tried to adjust my seat and it moved slightly then nothing. My daughter tried to move the passenger side and the same thing happened. I have not only disconnected the battery more than once but I actually replaced it and still nothing.
Posted on Nov 22, 2009
haha ummm yes sounds like a fuse very good cheak your owns manual for fast sulution but... all your cab fuse componits should be in A> open your door n on the side dash there should be somthing you can open and it says fuses on the back of it look for dome light or cig lighter exc.. there sould be numbers so it should be pritty stright forward if its not on the side dash look under the dash it should be there
Posted on Jul 30, 2008
The wires in the seat heater will burn out if they are left on HI for too long. You can take the seat out of the car, remove the seat covering, and solder some new wires in place of the fried ones. Then put it all back together and hope you don't get a shock in your **** when you flip the switch for the first time. I just did this to my 2000 TL today and it took about 3 hrs to get it all worked out. For step by step instructions go to: http://joshsworld.com/cars/acura-tl-seat-heater-fix/
Posted on Jun 13, 2009
the fuse panel is usually on the drivers side as you open the door ..look on the side of the dash also there are 2 fuse relays for i believe the blower motor in the glove box .
however as well the wires between the doors can over time become worn and often a break within the rubber boot inside the rubber boot at the door and the jamb is this area of iisue
Posted on Sep 05, 2009
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