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When my 2004 Lincoln Aviator is turned 'off' the drivers seat used to position itself for easy exit. Now this feature no longer works and the driver's side seat adjustment (up down, backward forward adjustment) doesn't work. The accelerator pedal no longer works either. The system setup display states 'data error'. This problem happened AFTER the vehicle was serviced for a 'check engine' status (which turned out to be a gas seal leak at the gas cap). Help...!!! can't adjust drivers seat, mirror or pedal position anymore.

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  • kmcavagna Feb 05, 2009

    I have the exact same problem when I just brought my vehicle in for a service check! Have you had any solutions since this posting?

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Try the relays for it, they tend to tie several systems into one relay which could cause all those things to no longer work

Posted on Sep 10, 2008

  • coolkoala85 Jul 17, 2012

    where is the relay for this? I have checked the relays on driver side and under the hood..

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