2003 CTS drivers seat stuck in closest position to the steering wheel. All other functions of the seat work (lumbar & recline)
Don't know how you read these codes but their is no H in back .
Factory service repair info.
DTC B3832 or B3833
Express Up operation of the front door power windows is monitored and controlled by the front door modules, the window sensors, and the 4 connecting circuits. Each front door window motor has a window sensor mounted to it. The driver door module (DDM) and the passenger front door module (PFDM) each supply battery positive voltage and ground to power their respective window sensors. Each door module communicates with its sensor via a power window high speed serial data circuit, and a power window low speed serial data circuit. The window sensor detects differences in the window motors electrical pulses to determine if there is an obstruction to the travel of the window glass. The door modules use the information generated by the sensors to disable the Express Up movement of a window, or reverse the direction of travel, in the event that a passenger, or other obstacle, has become trapped in it.
The power window low speed serial data circuit is a unique 2-way serial data link between the door module and its sensor. The actual position of the window glass, in relationship to the distance traveled by the window, is communicated via this circuit, as well as state-of-health messages and the direction in which the window is traveling.
DTC B3832 may be set and the Express Up function disabled if the vehicle or the door module has recently lost power for any reason. You should first attempt to re-initialize the Express Up function. Refer to Window Motor Programming - Express Function .
If DTC B3832 is accompanied by DTC U1714, utilize the DTC U1714 or U1716 diagnostic table before using this table. Refer to DTC U1714 or U1716 .
Battery positive voltage is supplied at all times to the seat adjuster switch and the memory seat module (MSM) through the same circuit. The MSM uses this battery voltage input to determine if battery positive voltage is applied to the seat adjuster switch.
DTC B1825, B1850, B1860, B2355, B2365, or B2375
The position sensor that sets this DTC is attached to the seat directional motor. It receives a 5 volt reference and low reference from the memory seat module (MSM). The sensor sends a voltage signal that varies with the movement of the seat through the signal circuit to the MSM. Then based on this voltage signal, the MSM determines the position of the seat.
Install a scan tool.
Turn ON the ignition, with the engine OFF.
With a scan tool, observe the appropriate Sensor parameter in the Memory Seat Module Sensor data list.
Does the scan tool indicate that the Sensor parameter is within the specified range?
Sure you can move the seat back . Connector # 3 at the MSM ,pin's S & N - lite green & tan wires . Give a ground to one an B+ to the other ,if it moves in wrong direction switch the wiring around ..