Question about 2008 Ford Taurus X
My Ford Mondeo 2.0 TDCi Titanium X is just 18 months old I have had it from new and the drivers seat is an eight position electrically powered seat. I am the main driver of the vehicle the driving seat was set at the correct position when I took delivery of the vehicle and since then the seat has been altered less than five times in total. My partner is much smaller in stature than me and when she went to move the vehicle this last weekend she was unable to do so there was movement on the back rest but it could not be moved in any other respect I checked the fuses they are fine I have checked and felt around as best I can for loose wires etc but cannot detect any. does anyone have an idea as to what the problem could be oh and since checking the fuses and feeling the wiring loom the back of the seat does not now move.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: mondeo tdci
hi there, you will need a diagnostic check carried out to locate the exact fault, most garages have the equipment to carry out these checks so you won't need to visit your ford agent, a common fault on the engines is the camshaft sensor these cost around £20 and are very easy to replace, however once you have it tested you will now your exact fault, hope this helps
Posted on Oct 24, 2008
SOURCE: power seat still wont move
uys what I found on mine was under the fuse box panel, Ford
did a factory splice.Orange w green stripe wire or vice versa been a
while, that splice turned green and coroded inside.All i had to do was
replace that splice with my own and all three worked again.Quite an
easy fix.Good luck.
Apparently you are not the only one with this problem!
Posted on Dec 21, 2008
the switch has failed or a combination of the switch and motor. the switch will be the easiest to replaace as you will have to remove and on some vehicle partially disassemble the seat to do the motor. The switch os mounted on the plastic panel which is held to the seat usually by 2 - 4 screws.
Posted on Sep 23, 2009
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