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Old 07-05-2011, 01:03 PM   #1
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I have a 06 with power bolsters and lumbar. The driver's side has stopped working. I never use it much but it is nice to have. I thought I would check the fuses before I take the seat apart to check the switches. Not very likely both switches would go out at the same time. Anyway the manual does not show where the fuses are for these. Nor do I see it labeled on the fuse box cover. Any advice, direction, criticism, or even a smart assed comment would be appreciated.
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I am out in MInn. on a business trip right now and won't be back home for a few weeks. If nobody can help you I can once I get back home.

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Pop off the floor hatch on passenger side and you'll see the BCM and the fuse panel is to the right of it
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Thanks DJBRUN, I'm in no hurry on this one. I know where the fuses are I just don't know the one or ones for this seat. They are not marked on the fuse guide in the manual or on the fuse box cover. I really doubt it the fuses anyway. I'm thinking a loose connection. I was hoping that if someone else had had the same problem it would lead to an easy repair.
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I will be back at home on Sunday, do you still need help?

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I do still need help. I thought I might just pull and check every fuse in the box this week end. I don't know if it could be a line fuse or other breaker somewhere in the system.
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I've now checked every fuse in the inside panel. I managed to fix the cigarette lighter that I didn't know wasn't working and that was it. Damm, I hate taking it to the dealer. Anybody got anything for me to try?
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I've now checked every fuse in the inside panel. I managed to fix the cigarette lighter that I didn't know wasn't working and that was it. Damm, I hate taking it to the dealer. Anybody got anything for me to try?
PM me your e-mail address and I will help you troubleshoot this. I will give you some step by steps after I get back from work tomorrow.

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