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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 08-05-13, 08:56 AM Thread Starter
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2006 500 power seat troubles HELP!

Here is the story, My wife had the car cleaned up. The guy that was vacuuming moved the seat all the way forward so he could get to the back easier. The seat would not move anymore at all. She then drove it to the Dealer who checked the fuses and found nothing wrong there. When I got home from work I did the same thing as the Dealer and had the same results. I did notice that the mirrors and pedals would not move either. I figured that the vacuuming had to have unplugged something. I then took the seat loose and discovered that indeed some plugs were unplugged. I plugged them back up and got the mirrors and pedals back but the seat will only move with the memory buttons on the door panel. I unplugged the seat switch and I don't have any power to the switch. I am not finding anything else unplugged. I have looked several times. This doesn't make any sense to me. Anybody have any ideas?

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Re: 2006 500 power seat troubles HELP!

Here's the diagram for the seat switch. The power is from the fuse in the engine compartment and one in the inside box. | Repair Guides | Seats (2006) | Memory Seats | AutoZone.com

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Re: 2006 500 power seat troubles HELP!

According to the schematic, there should be 2 different plugs or connections between the fuse and the switch. If it's not the fuse, either there's a break in the wire or the other plug.


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