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The seat and steering wheel no longer return to the stowed position when the key is withdraw.

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SOURCE: Driver's seat position

Try setting the seat position memory before you switch off.

Posted on Aug 09, 2008

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The seat memory potentiometers are bad, they are made of plastic and break.
There is one located on each motor (4 in total) This is why the solumn and mirrors still work.
The seat won't go forward becuase it doesn't know where to stop.
The repair is very expensive ($1200 for parts + 5-6 hours labor)
JPTCAT

Posted on Sep 19, 2008

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SOURCE: driver's seat motors all work, memory recall

there is a drivers seat memory switch pack located inside the drivers door, you will need to test for power to terminal #1 ( it gets it power from fuse #2 in the left heal board fuse box ) if there is power to the terminal then you will need to replace the memory switch pack, if there is no power check fuse #2 to make sure it is good if fuse is good then test the wiring from fuse #2 to memory switch pack terminal #1. we see the wiring brake were it goes from the door pillar to the door. ( the big bundle of wires that goes into the door ) they normally brake right were the harness has to bend when the door is opened and closed.

good luck let me know if there is any thing else i can do for you.

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I just purchased a 2005 cadilllac srx v8 n i cannot get the third row seat tto function? Help?


Rear Seat Switches
There are three push button switches that are used to operate the power folding seat; front stow switch, rear stow switch, and recline switch. The front stow switch is located in the right rear quarter trim panel just behind the second row seat. The rear stow and recline switches are located in the right rear trim panel just inside the liftgate. Battery positive voltage is supplied at all times to all three switches from the FFS SW Fuse located in the left rear fuse block. The folding seat will operate only in a supervised mode, i.e. press and hold the selected switch button through the entire cycle of operation, or release the switch when the desired seat position is reached. When any folding seat switch is pressed, it sends a 12 volt signal through the switch signal circuit to the RSM. The RSM then commands the appropriate seat motors to move in response to the switch signal.
Rear Seat Module and Power and Ground
The rear seat module controls the position of the third row seat. When commanded it moves the seat from the seated position to the stowed position, or, from the stowed position to the seated position. With the seat in the seated position, the RSM can also move the angle of the seat back forward or rearward.
Battery positive voltage is supplied at all times to the module through the battery positive voltage circuit and the FFSM fuse located in the left rear fuse block. This voltage is used to power up the RSM and also to apply power to the seat motors when commanded. The RSM is grounded through the module ground circuit and G401.
The first place to start would be check the fuse's .Do you know where the left rear fuse block is located ? Fuse Block - Left Rear
In the passenger compartment, near the left side of the rear seat under the carpet
If the fuse is good next thing to do would be ,have check for DTC'S in the rear seat module ! This has nothing to do with check engine light or OBD 2 diagnostic trouble codes an a code reader for said OBD2 codes will not work . Would need a factory scan tool to check these codes.
DTC B1395
Battery positive voltage is supplied at all times to the rear seat load floor switch and the rear seat position switch by the rear seat module (RSM). The RSM monitors these battery positive voltage supply circuits for the protection of internal circuitry of the module.
DTC B1395 Device Voltage Reference Output 1 Circuit
DTC B1420 Device Voltage
Battery positive voltage is supplied at all times to the seat adjuster switch and the memory seat module (MSM) through the same circuit. The MSM uses this battery voltage input to determine if battery positive voltage is applied to the seat adjuster switch.
DTC B1545 Seat Stow Switch 1 Circuit


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DTC B1546, Seat Stow Switch 2 Circuit


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DTC B3729 Seat Recline Control Switch


DTC B1735 Seat Front Up Switch Circuit


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DTC B1740 Seat Front Down Switch Circuit


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DTC B1745 Seat Rear Up Switch Circuit


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DTC B1750 Seat Rear Down Switch Circuit


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DTC B1755 Seat Assembly Horizontal Forward Switch Circuit


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DTC B1760 Seat Assembly Horizontal Rearward Switch Circuit


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DTC B1815 Seat Recline Forward Switch Circuit


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DTC B1820 Seat Recline Rearward Switch Circuit


Just from looking at the factory service info , I'd say you would be bet off just taking this to the dealer !
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1989 ford f150 truck key will not turn in any position. tried jiggling steering wheel. any suggestions


This is a real shot in the dark but maybe it can get you out of a jam. Prehaps the steering wheel was turned very far to one side before the truck was turned off. The steering wheel would then be locked in this position. However, the steering wheel wants to return to the straight ahead position so it would putting pressure on the locking mechanism. This may prevent the key from turning. Try pulling on the steering wheel to the left or to the right while you try to turn the key. I hope this helps you out.

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How to remove a 1963 chevrolet impala steering wheel


  1. Disconnect the battery ground cable. Disconnect the chassis wiring harness from the steering column harness at the connector under the instrument panel.
  2. Remove the horn button cap or the center ornament and retainer. Withdraw the three screws from the receiving cup.
  3. Remove the receiving cup, belleville spring, bushing, and pivot ring.
  4. Remove the retaining circlip with a suitable pair of pliers, if applicable.
  5. Remove the steering wheel nut and washer.
  6. Using a steering wheel puller, carefully remove the steering wheel.
  7. Install the steering wheel using the reverse of the procedure above. Before installing the steering wheel, be sure that the directional signal control assembly is in the neutral position.
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How do you remove the ignition switch part to replace


FIRST OF ALL TURN OFF RADIO TO KEEP FROM LOCKING IT OUT.THEN DISABLE AIRBAG.DISCONNECT NEGATIVE BATTERY CABLE.WAIT 20 MINUTES.MAKE SURE TURN THE STEERING WHEEL SO THAT BOTH WHEELS POINTING STRAIGHT AHEAD.TURN IGNITION SWITCH TO LOCK THEN REMOVE KEY.TO REPLACE THE IGNITION SWITCH.REMOVE THE INSTRUMENT CLUSTER.REMOVE THE 2 SCREWS SECURING THE IGNITION SWITCH.PUSH SWITCH 1 INCH STRAIGHT BACK TO CLEAR THE MOUNTING BRACKET THEN LIFT OUT.TO REMOVE LOCK CYLINDER PUT KEY IN SWITCH TURN TO RUN POSITION THEN DEPRESS THE PIN WITHDRAW THE LOCK CYLINDER.

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1996 isuzu trooper steering wheel won't unlock


Firstly, if your steering wheel will rotate about an inch, while in the locked position, do the following:

1) swing the wheel as far as it goes, then hold it tightly in position (it may want to return back to position, butdon't let it go!)

2) insert key into ignition, and turn key to "ON", not start.

3) see if steering wheel will now release...


Please advise if this works...

If no, then need to go to next step...

Await your response....

Scott

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Automatic steering wheel feature


Since both problems surfaced at the same time...this indicates they are on the same circuit. Since both features would not quit working at once, I'd bet the farm that neither is getting power. I'd start at the fuse box, If all good there, maybe a relay. Also check all other power functions if these solutions don't work to see if anything else is effected.

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Battery dead, key stuck in ignition.


I have had the same problem with my daughter's car. She inadvertnetly left the key in the on position and the battery went dead. Apparently an electrical current is neded to withdraw the key. I put a battery charger on the car for several hours and everything worked fine after that.

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this might be a faulty preset sensor on the seat. which explains why the sterring wheel and mirrors work on preset but the seat doesn't

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