Driver and passenger power seats do not work.
Is there a fuse? I don't see anything that relates to the power seats in either fuse box. Other things I'm thinking to check..is there a relay for them and were is it located? Any other suggestions?
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If the front passenger's seat heater works and 7.5A fuse 4 in the driver's underdash fuse/relay box and 20A fuse 3 in the passenger's underdash fuse/relay box are OK, the problem is in the driver's seat. The LO/HI switch could be defective or the seat and/or back heaters could be defective
First and simplest thing is to check fuses for power seat; there's 1 in the engine compartment and 2 (forward/backward and tilt) in the interior, passenger side fuse box. Check your Owners manual for location.
Instrument Panel Fuse Block The instrument panel fuse block access door is located on the driver side edge of the instrument panel.
Pull off the cover to access the fuse block.
The vehicle may not use all of the fuses shown.
Fuses Usage 1 Rear Seats 2 Rear Accessory Power Outlet 3 Steering Wheel Controls Back light 4 Driver Door Module 5 Dome Lamps, Driver Side Turn Signal 6 Driver Side Turn Signal, Stop lamp 7 Instrument Panel Back Lighting 8 Passenger Side Turn Signal, Stop lamp 9 Passenger Door Module, Driver Unlock 10 Power Door Lock 2 (Unlock Feature) 11 Power Door Lock 2 (Lock Feature) 12 Stop lamps, Centre High Mounted Stop lamp 13 Rear Climate Controls 14 Power Mirror 15 Body Control Module (BCM) 16 Accessory Power Outlets 17 Interior Lamps 18 Power Door Lock 1 (Unlock Feature) 19 Rear Seat Entertainment 20 Ultrasonic Rear Parking Assist, Power Liftgate 21 Power Door Lock 1 (Lock Feature) 22 Driver Information Centre (DIC) 23 Rear Wiper 24 Cooled Seats 25 Driver Seat Module, Remote Key less Entry System 26 Driver Power Door Lock (Unlock Feature)
Check Fuse #8 in the rear underseat fuse box, this fuse is also used for the power seats. The problem could also be the heater control module (located under driver's seat), a broken wire in the harness or loose connector under the seat. If it is not the fuse, then you will have to remove the driver's seat to check things out.
I bet its a fuse. Look under your drivers side belly pan for a fuse box door. Pull the door open/off and look at the fuse diagram to see which one might be related to the seat belt and autol ock. Cross reference it and check the fuse to see if it isn't blown. If you dont see anything that relates to it or dont find any blown fuses, check the engine bay as often cars feature a second fuse box. Check that one for blown fuses as well. This is a very easy thing to do yourself, your randma could do it.
i dont thing there is something to do with the power seats when you blew an engine, plus the power locks too.
im thingking, when you put the engine, a lot of wires and fuse boxes are in the engine compartment, you could probably disconnect some wire that are on the way on changing the engine and forgot to put the wires back together.