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Hi, My name is***** of these problems are different circuits and have different fuses that supply power to them. Do you or have you had any water leaks inside the cab?
I am opting out of this one. Another Expert can jump in and help you.
The fuse for the adjustable brake pedal is the #20 in the smart junction block, located at the right kick panel.
The drivers side power seat fuse #74 in the battery junction block, located under the hood.
The mirrors are fed from the fuse #41 in the smart junction block and a accessory delay relay in the same sjb, so check all of these fuses on both sides of the fuse with either a voltmeter or at least a 12 volt test light.
Here are the wiring diagrams I was looking at,
Actually looking at the power dist wiring diagram, the driver seat module and mirror are both fed from the same fuse #12 in the smart junction block.
The mirror does work? I thought that typo "the mirrors dfo work" meant don't work.
Anyhow, check all of those fuses and if they are ok, you have the wiring diagrams so start testing the wire/s leading to each item that is out.
you have the wiring diagrams so start testing the wire/s leading to each item that is out.
Ok, perhaps I put in the wrong engine.
What engine did come in this?
Plus is it 4wd or 2wd, extra cab or not?
I think perhaps you are confusing the fact the seat is heated and/or cooled as an addition to a direction. It's not added into the way the seat move, so it's a 6-way drivers power seat and I have also included the heated seat wiring but since the problem is the movement you should not need that diagram.
Does the drivers seat also recline and have lumbar movement like the passenger side?
This is the second time today my wiring diagrams have been wrong.
did you find out why the adjustable pedals don't work?
That is not what I read. I suppose I'll opt out, unless you want to share what you read.
Does your 2009 F150 have the memory seat buttons on the side panel of the drivers seat?
All of these are controlled by the DSM (Drivers Seat Module). Since some of the functions work and some do not, you should have the DSM checked for trouble codes.
Since the lumbar works, you can rule out the fuse for the power seat switch. The functions for the seat switch go from the switch to the DSM and then to the motors to move the seat. Everything is under the drivers seat. The lumbar goes from the switch straight to the motor for the lumbar. The power mirrors and adjustable brake pedal go through the DSM before going to the motors. Check the wiring under the drivers seat, and have the DSM checked for trouble codes. Sounding more like a failing DSM.
The new DSM will need to be programed to the vehicle for it to work properly. See the directions below.
Also, on the bolts, I found that a gear wrench (ratcheting wrench) works best on getting the seat to floor bolts out when the seat will not move. But that also depends on the position of the seat.
Below is the link.
Below airing diagrams for the systems.
Your very welcome.