Question about Chevrolet Suburban
The connector at the side of the seat has power and when testing all the switches the power flows through. The motors are not seized due to when power is applied directly to the motor the seat moves. Any other sugestions
Sounds like the motor brushes are about worn out.
Where you actually sitting on the seat when you applied power directly to the motor? If the motor is wearing out, it may work under little or no load but won't work when your weight is on the seat. Will the seat move while hitting the button if you also help push the seat in the direction you are trying to move it? If yes, the motor is weak. Change the motor, check, clean and lube the tracks, if nec., then see if that's better.
Posted on May 10, 2009
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