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Seat Movement Fuse!

Old 02-23-2019, 04:12 AM
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Hey guys!

So, I retrofitted heated seats, from Part Electric non heated, to part electric heated - both sports.

I couldn't get the connector for the seat module for some time, so to test the heater functions, i made a 'connector' well in the mean time, i blew the passenger seat module by touching the live and ground together on accident, no issues... I'll get a new module, and thankfully it's passenger side lol...

But i've also lost the seat movement! -- This is nothing to do with the seat module, so not sure why that has stopped working... I've checked all relevant fuses and all are fine.

(I used the 12v and ground for the seat movement for the heaters as well, hence my thinking of the fuse)

I thought then i'd maybe of killed the movement of the seat, but upon further investigation, the 12v in to the seat is not actually getting 12v!

Does any one have any ideas on where I can start to get the seat movement back?

Thanks in advance, hope my issue makes sense.
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Old 02-23-2019, 04:59 AM
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Little update, just put the 'dead' passenger seat module into the drivers seat, and the heater works, so the module is not dead...

So it appears that we just simply are not getting 12v on the passenger seat.
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