Question about Acura CL
This can be resolved by banging on the track rail in the front while pushing the seat button back after a good few bangs it will get unjamed . It sounds like the switch is OK, but it's possible the motor or wiring is the problem. One thing you can do is look under the seat and make sure there's nothing jammed under there causing this, or something could have accidentally disconnected the wiring to the motor. Here are some shops I would call if you need a place to look at this:
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Posted on Aug 27, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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