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Power seat EGR

I have a power seat that will not move, any ideas. thanks 91 vette also a code 32 egr light best place to start?

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  • Richard Scordino May 11, 2010

    Start by checking power to the seat harness. check plug ends for corrosion, check circuit breaker etc. Remove egr valve and clean it with carb cleaner make sure passages to and from the valve are open and that valve is getting vacuum signal. You will need a manual to go further.

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1981 corvette no power to the power seat need location of the fuse

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