I have a 2002 chevy avalanche, theirs a black box under my driver side seat and it has been exposed, the top of the cover broke, so i had to move the circut board, like jiggle it to get the seat to move back and forth, well the it broke and now it wont work at all. theres a female end and a male end, the male end is connected to the circut board and the female end is connected to the seat harness, well one of the male prongs broke off the circut board, so i need to know how to fix this problem. i need help bad, cuz seat is stuck to close to steering wheel and its hard to drive like that so can i get some feed back on what to do
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While more of a comment than a solution, have you checked the computer for codes? If there is a issue with the ECM (Electronic Control Module) the On Board Diagnostic system should tell you exactly what the problem is. It almost sounds like you have a clogged air filter and it is choking the engine down. However, if it is not a clogged filter, you could have a defective O2 Sensor. The Avalanche has 4 sensors. One before and after the converter on each side. These sensors tell the computer how to adjust the air/fuel ratio. Good Luck!
It will be under the dash. Sometimes it is under the driver's side and sometimes it is under the passenger compartment and behind the glove box. Open your glovebox all the way. Sometimes you can push in on the sides to get it to drop open all of the way exposing the area behind the box. Take a flashlight and carefully move the wires away to the right side. You are looking for a 5 digit number and it is fairly large in print when you find it. Mine was on a black control box, but some have said their box was grey. You will definitely need a flashlight and a little patience!
check the vacumn pipes from the engine that operate the flaps ,if its a daewoo built vehicle then their is a box under the bonnet passenger side with two feed pipes ,check this box to make sure the rubber end hasnt split