Question about 1986 Mercedes-Benz 300
Damaged harness or wiring, so when the door is open the connection is made-remove the trim at the bottom of the door opening, then pull back the carpet-look for broken or damaged wiring in the harness that goes to the seat adjuster.
worse case, you may have to remove the driver seat, it is bolted to the floor-raise it as high as it will go, and set if as far forward as possible-unbolt the back of the tracks, then do the same for the front (after you move it back)-pull the seat out enough to unhook any harnesses and remnove the seat. You should then be able to examine the harness for damage.
Posted on Apr 08, 2011
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