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I have a power rocker recliner.The seat adjustment wiring has come loose 3 of the 4 wires came off of the circuit board.I need to know what colors go where to solder them back on. Model is 11560ux

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The wiring diagram is not available online from the maker. Here is a replacement control unit.

https://www.amazon.com/Chair-Lighted-Control-11560-11560UX/dp/B01M7V5MD0

I did find this soldering video though. It _may_ be a common part shared to other makes?

https://images.app.goo.gl/NmiYVoqGeqV4NbCWA

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=46_g8rnjjm4

Posted on Jan 14, 2020

Testimonial: "thanks a bunch. I think that the replacement idea would be best. I wanted to solder the wires back on, but just do not know where they go. Thanks again for the help."

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this is a common problem unfortunatly the switch is no good and must be replaced

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SOURCE: 2003 Chrysler sebring wiring diagram for power and heated seats

Do some checking if you haven't already, the harness may already be there under carpet. If not, you may have to sweet talk a service guy at dealership for the print you need, or try www.alldata.com.

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SOURCE: electric seat motor switch...no move back

the problem is the switch, replace it.

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SOURCE: Front drivers seat won't recline and its stuck

electric or manual?

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