Question about 2003 Jaguar X-Type
If you hear the motor (even if it doesn't work) then the seat switch is ok. So with that ruled out you will need to remove the seat from the car, it is held in place by four bolts, disconnect the electrical to the seat and remove the trim over the seat to floor bolts and remove the seat, the motors can be tested by making a jumper with clip leads and lamp cord and then using the battery to power the motor (polarity is not an issue), if you find the motor works then the seat transmission is defective. Since this car was built while Ford owned Jaguar I know they only service the power seat track as a complete unit, so if the transmission or the motor is the problem you will need to try and find a used unit.
Posted on May 27, 2011
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