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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Most likely one of the heater elements in either the seat cushion or seat back is open.It leaves the module and goes to the seat back on the YE/LB wire thru the seat back and leaves there on the GY/LB wire and goes to the seat cushion and leaves there on the VT/LB. An open in either one of these will cause it not to work.Usally its the seat cushion one that goes bad.
You can test them with an ohm meter and you can get the heated element seperate. Just have to remove the cover to replace it.
Posted on Feb 17, 2009
Maybe, you can diag yourself with a test light and an ohmmeter. These will cost less at sears than having a dealer diag it. Check fuse 109 in the cab, that's the fuse for the driver's seat module. If that fuse is ok, then check power at the module. It's a little black box under the driver's seat with i think 3 connectors. Back probe the dark green wire at the connector with a test light, you should have power, even with the key off. If not, repair the circuit. Clamp the test light to battery positive and back probe the black wire, if the light does not light, repair that ground circuit. Test the memory set switch by measuring with an ohmmeter points 7 and 2, 7 and 6, 7 and 5 resistance should be less than 5 ohms, if not replace it. If all these tests pass, disconnect the connectors from the module and give 12v to the red and white wire. If the seat moves, have the module replaced at the dealer, it will have to be programmed.
Posted on Aug 10, 2009
Hi, you may have to remove the seat from the car it's most likely the only way you are going to be able to see the fault, the lever for lifting the seat is normally the cause have you tried forceing the lever back into position or working it up and down.
Th seat is pretty easy to take out, Regards
Posted on Feb 01, 2010
have a look to see if its coiled in twisted as you pull the belt out if the buckle doesn't line straight to the female end well its probely retracted in twisted to repair pull the belt out all the way and then realign the belt its quite hard to do so take your time hope this helps.
Posted on Jun 03, 2011
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