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post #1 of 10 Old 04-23-2002, 10:09 AM Thread Starter
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Power seat quit working

My power seat quit working. Does anyone know what fuse to look for or other ideas on why it quit?
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post #2 of 10 Old 04-23-2002, 10:27 AM
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Check the wiring, under the seat. There was a recall on this.
The track cuts the wire in two. I had to rewire mine.
Check the fuses under the dash and there is another fuse box under the Hood next to you battery.........


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I bet thats why seat fuse blows all the time.....I'm gonna look into this recall!

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Yeah my powerseat doesn't work either! hasn't since I bought the car, just been too lazy to research why... so which is it.. is the fuse under the dash or under the hood? The manual doesn't show a fuse for the seat in the fuse list.
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Couple other possibities. I had lost so much change out of my packets that it got in the way once and stopped the seat (wait I think that was on another car, not sure...usless mumbling). Then another time the switch went bad on the side of the seat. I was able to take it apart and fix it but if it hadn't happened on a Sunday I probably would have just bought a new one. I KNOW this happened...really!

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the fuse for the power seat is in the box under the hood. Had to change it a few times.

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Thanks for the tips guys!
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Thanks, Jimi Jam
That fixed it!
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