Question about 2004 Chrysler Pacifica
There was a recall for this. Call your local chrystler dealership.
Posted on Jul 13, 2010
this may because the motor operating the seat may be not getting power. please check weather it is getting the power by multimeter.
if it is not getting it there me several causes
1.fuse blown out.
2.junction box damaged
3.activating switch problem.repalce the switch
Posted on Jul 12, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Front driver seat adjustments.
I just had this problem fixed with a Tech 2 tool in my '03 yukon xl denali. The seat has a control module underneath of it that controls the 2-position memory, the power seat functions, etc. It needed to be reprogrammed - about $200 at the dealership, or free if you 1) have a good relationship with your service manager, or 2) own or know someone with a Tech 2 tool.
At first I thought it was because I had a Canadian model truck (the headlight switch is stuck "on" at all times no matter what position it's in, and the rear air controls are in celcius and not farenheight).
I'm assuming the switch worked before, and you may have encountered some sort of electrical issue (like a dead battery, or you gave someone a jump, you have a bad ground, you just installed an aftermarket stereo, you used a computer tuner, etc.).
Hope this helps!
Posted on Dec 30, 2008
SOURCE: Passenger seat won't go back
I have had the same problem. It occurs when you take the key out of the ignition to fast. Sounds stupid but if you turn the engine off and slow down the extraction of the key the seat will move as it should. I was turning off and taking the key out fast and the seat would not retract. Slowed everything down and now it works. Hope this works for you.
Posted on Jan 20, 2009
Sometimes a coin gets trapped in the track, remove the seat and check, and clean and lube the track, some times all it needs is a little lube, or it might be the seat motor that is bad, you have to unbolt the seat to find out.
Posted on Mar 19, 2009
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