Originally Posted by RicK T
I think you need to do more diagnosing to be sure. The motor can't get current without it passing through the switch, right? I'm trying to visualize it, but I think you should start at the switch. But look for any obvious problems under the seat and around the motor, like frayed wires shorting against the frame which are somewhat common, especially if the seat is moved often.
I have to get my wiring diagrams out for the car...I need to see if the motor is ground activated or positive activated. I *assume* the switch is ok...it works just fine.
As for the seat use..it rarely gets used. I don't really care about adjusting the seat, but I don't like the wiring harness unplugged because the right, seat occupied, air bag sensor is inop.
Anything else someone might think of, that I need to check, PLEASE, let me know. (I am not afraid to tear into the wiring...I worked as a mechanic for 30 years..all at dealerships, never at an independent. Even put in 3 years at Hallman Chevrolet, from 1979 to 1982...working exclusively on Corvettes'!) (Remember how those damned T-Tops would leak?!!)
Anywho......looking forward to any and all suggestions...Thanks in advance!
BTW, Kelly, I will get the VIN and year to you if I determine a motor is what I will need. (I don't think it is, but will find out!!)