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Power seats inop

Discussion in 'Stock 2002 - 2005 Explorers' started by Pulsemotorsports, September 27, 2009.

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    1. Pulsemotorsports

      Pulsemotorsports New Member

      September 27, 2009
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      just bought my 03 explorer 2 weeks ago. the power seats are inop so is the pedal position button and the seat heater button. any advice on the matter? trying to get it fixed asap. also, saw that there were some TSB's anyone know about those also.?
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      EasyRhino Well-Known Member

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      Did you start with the obvious - checking the fuses first?

      Your post indicates that the following 3 things are not working:

      Power Seats - (implies both)

      Pedal Position BUTTON

      Seat Heater BUTTON

      I don't want to assume, but what causes you to think that its the button for the latter two? Could be the relay, in the case of the heaters.

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