My passanger seat won't back up, or move to the passangers desired setting. it happened resently and "circuit failure 1and 2" apeared on my dash screen. are these linked together?is it a fuse problem? where are the fuses and how can i fix the seat?
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Does your Jeep have memory seats ? Power seats have a circuit breaker not a fuse .One circuit breaker powers driver and passanger seat's . Did you look under the seat for unconnected wire's , anything blocking the seat . circuit breaker #2 20 amp . Check for battery voltage at the switch . Black with red stripe wire .
The dash and tail lights are on two different circuits, and the brake and turn signals are on different circuits, so at least 4 circuits total.
I would start at the headlight switch and check for power on the first two issues.
It is illegal to bypass the airbag circuit. Check for broken wire under or beside passanger seat. these have a tendancy to brake cause the seat gets moved back & forth especially if the wireing has been routed incorrectly. air bag wireing will be identified by yellow plugs & normally yellow condute as well.
The most probable reason for the code is the battery being dead for a
while, there is a capacitor in the airbag circuit to make sure the
airbag can go off in a collision even if the battery disconnects itself
in the process. There is a slim chance it might be something else but
either way the shop should be able to tell you what the problem is, and
get it fixed; sometimes, scanner reader could helpfull to know exactly what fault code is stored there. keep in mind that this isnt an OBD codes reader, this is more specific for Airbag Systems.
Also, isnt rare to know that the airbag warning light is indicating the airbag(s) may not be functionig. As it says in the manual, "Ignoring the AIRBAG warning light in your instrument panel could mean you won't have the airbags to protect you, (or your passangers), in a collision...have the airbag system checked right away". Always wear your seatbelt. On 2004 there is a light on the passanger grab bar that indicates the passanger airbag is off. This happens when a child is in the seat to protect the child from the sudden force of an airbag. It can also be fooled by a package or briefcase on the seat. This is normal. When an adult sits on the passanger side the light should go off. This information was an addition to the 2004 manual.
Well if it leaks after a heavy rain, then suspect your windshield seal is simply bad and needs resealed.if it is anytime, then it sounds like you have either a heater core leak or a hose to the core.All that is contained under the dash on the passenger side.You will need to take off the plastic covers under the dash on that side then get up under the dash with a flashlight and look while the car is running.Let it get hot and turn the heat on also then just look for the leak.if it is really wet you wont have to wait long with the car running and the heat one to see the leak.