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if your removing the seat there are 4 bolts that secure the seat rails to the floor of the car these are what the seat moves back and forth on, that need to be removed then find the electrical connector and unhook then remove the seat.
hola tengo un problema con mi carro es un acura legend 89 el corro prende bien y calienta lo normal pero cuando le pongo la rrebersa o la D ola 2 el carro se apaga deimediata mente mepueden ayudar y desirme cual es el problema porfavor?
IF YOU LOOK UNDER DRIVERS SEAT FROM BACK PASSENGER SEAT YOU'LL SEE THE CARS ECU IS MOUNTED THERE. THERE WILL BE A SMALL LITTLE "WINDOW"ON BACK EDGE THAT WHEN YOU TURN THE KEY INTO THE ON POSITION ANY TROUBLE CODES WILL CAUSE A RED LIGHT TO BLINK IS THIS WINDOW. THE SERIES OF FLASHES(LONG FLASH=10 SHORT=1) WHICH TRANSLATE INTO DTC . EXAMPLE TWO LONGS FOLLOWED BY 3 SHORTS ==DTC 23. IF THERE ARE MORE THAN ONE DTC STORED THERE WILL BE LONG PAUSE BETWEEN EACH SERIES OF FLASHES
I own a 94 legend GS and have the same problem. My problem is being caused by a broken piece on the end of the cable. It moves about a quarter of an inch and stops because only one side is trying to open. I haven't found anyone who will sell me the individual part I need without having to buy the whole assembly. For the people saying to try the hand crank. To help a bit: The crank slot is inside the light fixture for the back seat. You have to remove the cover on the light to see it. It's just a fail safe in case the electric motor does not work.
I'm not certain of the layout of the bolts on your particular model, but there should be 4 bolts, one at each end of the seat tracks (the things the seat slides back and forth on), attaching the tracks to the floor. You may need to slide the seat back to access the front bolts, and forward again to get the back ones. Tilt the seat back right forward to allow you to get the seat out the door. If the seat has electric controls there will be some plugs to disconnect under it. If there are any yellow coloured plugs, DO NOT disconnect them without disconnecting the negative terminal off the battery and waiting for 5 minutes. The yellow plug is an airbag system plug, and if the battery is not disconnected the airbags could potentially deploy. Make sure the battery remains disconnected for the entire time that the yellow plug is disconnected, and reconnect the battery AFTER the yellow plug. If there isn't a yellow plug, don't worry.
john. hi I have a acura legend 89 . the problem is that when i turn the lights on the back lights wont turn on but if i turn the switch back one turn they turn on , i did check the fuses and they are ok can any one help me???