Question about Ford Explorer
Dear Kevin, check fuses each seat has it,s own fuse. Use a multi meter and check for continuity in both seat and back cushions. Have repaired several hundred lower grids, usually the grid wire breaks at the outer edge from sliding in and out of the seat. If both grids are good try switching l/s switch for r/s. Grids can be repaired by cutting out burnt wire and resoldering ends back together again. This is very thin 30 to 35 guage aluminuim wire about 6 strands. Use electrical solder and a soldering gun. Soldering is the easy part, removing the seat material and locating the grid, some models have grids glued to seat foam, others are sewn into seat covers. This is a nice Sat. job. Kirk fe6fc
Posted on Apr 03, 2011
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