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Im i bit disappointed Chris... I get the impression that your response is a "canned" reply that has nothing to do with my specific question. I clearly listed the make and year, what my issue was, what steps i have done, and ask specifically for information on the wiring of the drivers seat.
The BCM supplies power to the drivers and passenger seat, since disconnecting the drivers seat resolves the issue we need to disconnect the drivers seat and open the harness so you can test the seat switch and lumbar switch. When not in use neither read wires to either switches should have any load. So ohm test both to ground to see which shows ground or resistance to ground. It is going to be one of the switches to blame, not the motors. Use the below diagrams.
Excellent Moose. This is what i was hoping for. I will use the diagrams you attached, and see if i can track it down.