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Old 11-14-2010, 12:07 PM
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Unhappy Power seat recline

I have an '05 with power seats. Today I reclined the driver seat and when I tried to straighten it, it would not move. I can hear a click like a relay under the seat but can't seem to locate it. I have read other posts about disconnecting the battery but since I am hearing something I would think that means we have a signal but maybe the relay is not making. It's my wifes car and she wants the seat to work!! Can anybody help me with this? Where is the relay? and should I be looking at something else as the problem?
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doe the pass side seat work?
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Passenger side is fine. Everything else seems to work fine. I tried disconnecting the battery to reset the computer but all that did was erase my presets.
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well because u erased any codes that were in the memory seat module might be harder for some one to find out whats wrong sooooo possible a module a motor a switch or wire issue
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Can you tell me what the clicking sound could be? To me it sounds like a relay pulling in and it's coming from under the seat. Is there a relay under the seat? If not, I'm betting the motor is stalled on something. If I try to actuate the seat again, how long before the trouble code would show up?
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no way for me or any one else to tell u what a noise is over the internet
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I understand. That would be about next to impossible. My real question is this...is there a relay under the seat that powers the seat motor?
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its the memory seat module they move the seats
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I have identical problem and wonder where does this memory seat module is located?
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under the driver side seat
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