Question about 2001 Chrysler Concorde
Front power seat does not go back. how do i move it manually backwards
Under the seat you'll see two motor driven cables, the one that goes to the front /rear track can be uncoupled from the track. Place the seat in the position you reqire and replace the cable.
Posted on Nov 15, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: front seat wont move backwards
you have a bad switch , if you have a junk yard near you just go grab a switch and replace yours, if not,, and you have knowledge of cars ,, you can jumper the switch ,, your going to have a power wire going to the switch, and thats usually the center wire, out of each end of the switch are 2 other wires, ( one for forward, and one for back, if you take off the connector at the switch , and with a meter locate the power wire, ( 12 volts ) then you can use a jumper wire to supply that voltage to the correct wire that makes the seat move, I don't have the wiring color chart for your car, but if you just touch the power end of the jumper, to one or the other of the wires in that connector,, the seat will move,, once you do that ,, put it where you want it, and reconnect the switch and replace the switch when you can
Posted on Aug 12, 2011
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