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Old 12-15-2005, 10:01   #1 (permalink)
jaglove
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96 xj6 seat motor quit running

Would like to know if anyone experienced this problem. I have a 1996 XJ6
and all of a sudden the commands for the driver seat motor in all
direction quit running. So I am stuck driving the car in my wife's seat
position. I have checked the fuses and they all seem to work fine. Any
suggestions will be appreciated. Thanks

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Old 12-15-2005, 13:01   #2 (permalink)
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Re: 96 xj6 seat motor quit running

jaglove wrote:
> Would like to know if anyone experienced this problem. I have a 1996 XJ6
> and all of a sudden the commands for the driver seat motor in all
> direction quit running. So I am stuck driving the car in my wife's seat
> position. I have checked the fuses and they all seem to work fine. Any
> suggestions will be appreciated. Thanks
>

Swap fuses, and check that cable connections under the seat haven't come
undone; my guess is that there is more than one motor needed to make the
seat go in "all directions", so it almost has to be a fuse or a connector.
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Old 12-15-2005, 14:01   #3 (permalink)
alan4spamoffd@tpg.com.au
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Re: 96 xj6 seat motor quit running

Yes, I'm pretty sure there has to be more than one motor, and I also think
this points to a connector come adrift, though they don't usually unless
they've been loose and not fully engaged previously

WayneC wrote:

> jaglove wrote:
> > Would like to know if anyone experienced this problem. I have a 1996 XJ6
> > and all of a sudden the commands for the driver seat motor in all
> > direction quit running. So I am stuck driving the car in my wife's seat
> > position. I have checked the fuses and they all seem to work fine. Any
> > suggestions will be appreciated. Thanks
> >

> Swap fuses, and check that cable connections under the seat haven't come
> undone; my guess is that there is more than one motor needed to make the
> seat go in "all directions", so it almost has to be a fuse or a connector.




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Old 12-26-2005, 22:01   #4 (permalink)
Bidh Stidean
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Re: 96 xj6 seat motor quit running

On Thu, 15 Dec 2005 12:19:40 -0500, "jaglove" <rserfaty@aol.com>
wrote:

>Would like to know if anyone experienced this problem. I have a 1996 XJ6
>and all of a sudden the commands for the driver seat motor in all
>direction quit running. So I am stuck driving the car in my wife's seat
>position. I have checked the fuses and they all seem to work fine. Any
>suggestions will be appreciated. Thanks


I have a similar problem with my '95 XJ6 - when you turn the
ignition off, the wheel moves inward and the seat backward, but the
seat never returns to to the setting I programmed - the wheel does -
but the seat is as far back as it can go. I'm going to try swapping
the fuses and checking the connects like others have suggested - I'll
keep you posted.
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