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Could be a bad wiring harness, or just a loose connection under the seat where the power module connects to the cars wiring harness, it could also just be a simple matter of a loose fuse making partial contact from time to time. Hope this helps. .... ohhh also if the seat has been wet it could be causing the motor (s) in the seat adjustment unit (s) to short out.
There is a good chance of it, manufacturers figured out that it can be cheaper to make one part for all models and options, if there is a separate fuse for seats you might need to add it to the fuse box to power that part of the harness up, but there is a good chance that if you have an extra connector under the drivers seat that you are good to go.
There are 4 electric motors under each seat and a 5th inside the back rest. Also under each seat is a module containing the relay and memory module It is possible to run new wires but the job will be much simpler if you have (or can get) a pair of original wiring harnesses to go between the module and the harness behind the centre console (remove ashtray, lighter and storage bin) Spade terminals can be used if the module is missing. Make sure the wiring colours all match.
Of course, this is a simplified explanation. Go to Rovers.net for more detail
check the wiring harness below the seat. The harness includes the power to the driver power seat as well as the seat heaters for both fron seats. My 2003 has a contact issue where it only works when another person puts pressure around the harness and wires (Bad Connection). This happened after 2 years of use with this harness. harness has been replaced 3 times over 7 years
Did you recently have a loss of power to the car? change the battery? if so, you need to reset your system. My husband and I just figured this out this weekend. His sunroof hasn't worked in two years and it turns out you have to reset all the power options in the car. Google 2000 cadillac catera %calibrate ETC% loss of power, you'll find the step by step instructions for recalibrating the car's computer and resetting the power options
i put new cars to gether an if it doesnt hav the acessories it wont have the harness u need,,maybe sumtymes they do but if ucan run aseperate switch itll work use the right amp rated wire or ull have more heat (fire)?thats about 12feet of wire they can save they will save if possible(wire harness) too bad i cant fix my own car thou,,,lol..