I have a 1996 Saab 900 2.0 liter..I moved my seat forward (elec) and now BOTH seats will not move any direction. BOTH fuses are good of course (30A) and I checked th BIG fuses under hood. I saw a couple connectors under seat that looked connected. Could be a bad common ground???? My knees are httitng dash board OUCH FYI my previous problem of no gauges, tranny stuck i 4th gear ad sometimes not starting was corrosion on fuse #15 Ithink that was making bad contact and controls all of those I did NOT replace the Computer $$ weeird issue huhAlan
Country: United StatesMake: SaabModel: 900 TurboYear: 1996Engine: 2.0
checke both 30A fuses and connectors under seat but BOTH seats not working..something common
Relist: Other.still holding Ill try anote tech
Did you recheck that fuse along with the battery ground?
yes, new battery month ago, I also cleaned all the grounds (last month BEFORE problem) that were next to battery on frame to try and correct another issue. also checked the BIG fuses next to battery. NO other issues with car, starting, lights, running etc
yes both fuses are good 30A next to drivers door each seat has a 30Amper..wonder where a commin ground wuld be for ONLY the x2 seats??? isn ,yes, new battery month ago, I also cleaned all the grounds (last month BEFORE problem) that were next to battery on frame to try and correct another issue. also checked the BIG fuses next to battery. NO other issues with car, starting, lights, running etc
Check fuse 16 in the under dash fuse box see if its blown or loose or making bad contact let me know.
16 and 5 are for rt and left seats both are good and both seats dont work. I peeked under seat and dont see look connectors but BOTH stopped working same day
Ok then the issue is the module under the drivers seat has this been checked yet?
It controls both seats I assume???/ or is there the same module" under passenger seat too? of course looking for something COMMON to both.?
I did have 12V on each fuse for right and left seats.
looks like module just snaps into place?
Yes that module controls both seats and is a common failure .This is a very expensive part so I would get it from ebay or a salvage yard to save a lot of money.The module is easily replaced just snaps out and unplugs to remove and installed in the reverse order.Hoped all these helped.Also please remember the site has changed and you need to click got the job done or higher or 3 stars or higher so I get credit for my help . Anything else will give me negative feedback and I will not get credit fort help.If you need any further assistance or any questions please let me know.
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