Where is the fuse for electric front seat?
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Answer . \nIf you are looking for a broken fuse on this problem, then you are gonna have more than just the belts not operating (dome lights, power windows and more.) The fuse compartment beside the parking brake release handle contains the fuse for the belts.\n. \nSomething probable is the Iner…tia switch having high resistance. It will keep both belts on the rear (B)pillar even if you open the doors. To check the inertia switch on the left side behind the cover (you can see a small red button)remove it and use a ohmeter to see if the resistance is close to zero. Try cycling it with a small shock it will open and the just push the red button to close it. Recheck the resistance if it was high. ( Full Answer )
Actually the information is not in all manuals (if it is in any)! The answer is Fuse 28 Green30 Amp in the fuse box in the passenger footwell. In the manual it states it is the fuse for the headlight washer motor but it is also the elctric seat fuse. I used this information to fix my own car so I …know that it is correct. The information came from MIREZ.co.uk a great motor enthusiast resource. . Answer . This information can be found in your owner's manual. ( Full Answer )
my battery is new for mercery mistque 1999 but the light on the dash board goes on and off why
Answer . is on the left side of dash area,their is a plastic cover that it has to me removed it snaps in and out,shoud be a 30amp fuse. Or in the boot on the left hand side, 2001 c200K
Is there a fuse or relay on my 93 that prevents the front sliding belts from moving forward and why is the seat-belt warning light also staying on?
Answer . i know this is going to sound really dumb, but i would check to see if the door pin switch is bad\n. \n. \nAlso, the inertial fuel shut off switch will also disengaged the seatbelts in the event of an accident. check the owners manual for instructions on its location and how to reset
My indicators wipers and front electric windows on a Ford Escort LX 1991 have stopped working is there one fuse that covers all these?
Answer . Check to make sure ther is not water in the fuse box. The fuses sit right under the dashboard on the drivers side and when the seal around the windscreen gets old it can leak water right on top of the fuse box. hope this helps. The answer above is a last resort check....after wrking in …a ford garage i find a lot have them have fuse prob, if u still have the owners manual which would of come with the car when bought it shows a diagram of wht fuses are wht and where do they go and how many amps there are, also they will be on the cover of the fuse box. but to answer ur question no these are all on seperarte fuses but fuses are easy to replace, u will ned to replace thm in the BOTH fuses cos of ur head lights cos each light has a fuse for the right light and a fuse for the left light. U will find one fuse box in the over from the bonet release (Usually under a special carpartment for change and stuff like tht) and the other one will be in the top corner of the engine bay on the pasanger side. ( Full Answer )
Answer . I believe the owners manual say it is #104, in the fuse panel that is next to the battery. My power seat will not operate and I looked in the book several hours ago. I still cannot figure out how to open the fuse box to test the fuse. Greg. Also make sure you haven't lost the ground to …the seat switch. It is the black wire coming from the seat switch assembly. It goes to a terminal (g-200) in the left kick panel. The reason I say this is the Windstar must have close to 50 ground points in the control system. Losing one will cause a group of devices to stop working. I suggest getting a set of wiring diagrams if you are going to work on this vehicle. It is VERY complex. I got mine for next to nothing on-line. At least now my confusion is organized. Carl ( Full Answer )
there are two fuse panels. one is on the left side of the dash,you can see it when you open the drivers door on the left side of the dash. the other one is under the hood on the drivers side. it says fuse relay center right on top of it. check both of these. hope this helps.
Where do I look next electric seat problems 2002 envoy first drivers seat quit and then passenger seat fuse ok?
Answer . Most commonly the problem is the driver side memory seat module. I would recommend disconnecting the battery for a few minutes, let the modules "flash" and reconnect the battery. If this doesnt solve your problem, the scope may be beyond the reach of a common backyard mechanic. A TECHII …handheld would be most the appropriate to diagnose. ( Full Answer )
Why does my 92 Nissan maxima blow a window and seat belt fuse when i open the passengers front door?
Answer . i've seen this a lot in other cars, its most likely the harness is shorted where it runs from door to body through\na rubber boot. remove door panel and right side lower kick panel by passengers feet and check for wires shorted to groundor to eachother. 9 out of 10 times, this is where …your problem will be. ( Full Answer )
Which number fuse works the front electric windows and windscreen wipers on Peugeot 406 hdi year 2000?
Ive been looking for a fuse number for a peugeot 406 year 2000, Its the driver side window, but the book gives me one that isn't in the car. Also every site Ive looked at they all seem to be differant. Please can you help. Yours Hopefully Yan Gauld.
There is no Texas law that states a child of any age can not ride in the front seat. The law states that anyone age 8 or under 4'9" must be in a child safety seat. However, because of airbags and such it is not recommended for them to ride in the front seat.
Normally a fuse is a device in your home fuse box that will blow out or shut down the electricity to an area of your home that had a overload of current drawn. A circuit breaker may be used in place of an fuse.
its under the hood on the driver side ... its covered by a plastic cover ..its right below the other fuse pannel. its under the hood on the driver side ... its covered by a plastic cover ..its right below the other fuse pannel
The minimum age should be 13. But no one under the age of 12 should be in the front seat.
It depends on the laws of your home state, but in the State of Texas all children younger than 8 years old, unless taller than 4'9", are required to be in the appropriate child safety seat system wherever they ride in a passenger vehicle. The safety seat system MUST be installed according to the man…ufacturer's instructions. Another way of saying this is: When a child reaches their 8th birthday - no matter their height, it is legal for the child to use only the adult safety belt in the passenger vehicle. However, the best safety practice is: if the child is not yet 4'9", they are better protected if they continue to use the appropriate child safety seat system until they can properly fit in the adult safety belt. . ( Full Answer )
if the switch works then the widow motor need to be replaced take the door panel off and see if something is effecting the travel of the window if the motor works
\nC class have three fuse boxes .. One under the hood ( Left driver side below cover ), Behind left panel facing door on driver side next to steering.. wheel. need to open door to see it .. remove panel ( snaps out) this fuse box should have a folded has the paper fuse diagram ( factory origin…al) . last but not least.. fuse in the trunk left side. The fuse in he passenger compartment is the primary one... ( Full Answer )
Check your owners manual.. If you don't have one copy & paste this link.. http://www.genuineservice.com/genuineservice/en/gloveboxresults
The fuse for the controls on the seat heaters in an automobile arerelay switches that are inside the engine compartment on mostvehicles. There should be a bank of relay switches, either on topof the battery or very near it.
The fuse for heated seats prevents the circuit from beingoverloaded and damaged. It is typically found inside the main fusebox near the hood release.
\n . 16 on the inside panel left of the steering column. It is a 30 ampere.
the front seat will be like that of rear one, i.e it will not be 2separate seats in front.so it may afford more than 2 personcomfortably in front
It varies with state laws. Check with your local DMV office. In most places it should be about 13 years old maybe 12 or 14 but mostly 13. In Texas, there is no law about it, it is just recommended that the older, the better.
The age varies from state to state. Mostly it is categorized by weight. There should be a child warning above your visor on the drivers side. In California I believe its 12 years or 40 lbs.
try lubricating the motors and seat sliders, when the motors facetoo much resistance they draw more amps and overheat, which maylead to a tripped fuse.
It doesn't matter how much. If the light goes on that means you can't sit in front but if it goes off you can. Different countries have different legislation, you need to check the law where you are. In addition most cars do not have indicator lights for this.
I guess not many poor folk are asking how to fix old cars on line -- so I'll answer this myself as far as I got in case it helps someone else.. 1) The seat rests on 4 legs of formed steel sheet. Each is covered by a plastic foot shield. Each plastic shield is held on by a single Philips head screw.… Remove these.. 2) Now you will see that six nuts hold the legs to the floor -- 1 on each front leg and 2 on each back. A 13 MM socket directly on the ratchet will get these. Soak well with Liquid Wrench first -- they are tight due to lock-tite, rust, and a designed locking action of the nut and bolt. If you're lucky, the nut will turn rather than tearing the bolt out of the rusted floor to which it is welded.. 3) more will follow as I proceed! ( Full Answer )
The seats in the early SL's are all manual. The only thing you need to address first are the seat belt warning light sensor cables underneath the seat. Just pull the connector apart. Then, slide the seat as far forward as you can. There are the seat tracks on each side of the seat, and yours might h…ave the plastic trim caps on the ends. Remove the caps...they just pop off. Then, inside the tracks, at each end, you should find a 13mm hex bolt. Take the two rear bolts off first, then the front. Wiggle and lift the seat straigh up...unless you're big and strong, you're going to need help lifting these seats out of the car. They're heavy, but movable. Watch out for the seat tracks...they might slide out, and make it more difficult to manipulate the seat's removal. Be careful when you remove the seat, not to damage the interior pieces. You might have to be patient in getting these seats out...you have to move them to that one, perfect spot...and then they just come right out. As long as your taking the seats out...you might want to re-lube the tracks...and tighten up whatever you see...you know...give your seats, frames and tracks a tune up. DM ( Full Answer )
Kids can sit in the front seat when they are over 80 lb. and over 12-years-old (13-year-old and up).
In central Europe, children can go in the front seat with a child seat from the age of 8. In the US however, the minimum age is 12 Sasa Gavikova: Sorry for my english, i am cech. The minimum age of driving in the front sear in central europe in 8 with a child's seet. Jirina: from 2.03.…2009 to 2.8.2015 the minimum age of going in the front seat in central europe is 8 with a children's seet. ( Full Answer )
remove four end caps from metal base below seat ..remove two bolts slide seat remove other two bolts....make sure batttery disconected at least 30 mins before unpluging seat...(airbag in seat)
it depends where do u live the laws r different evrywhere While you should always take into account your local regulations, you should also be aware of the pros and cons associated with frontal airbags (the main reason why small children typically should not be allowed to use the front seat). … Where modern airbags are concerned, we can easily compare the amount of injuries and fatalities caused by airbags to the amount of lives saved and injuries prevented by them and see that airbags greatly improve the safety of your vehicle. That said, small injuries are very common amongst adult passengers, broken fingers, bruises, and burns from the inert but very hot gas which allows the airbag to inflate so rapidly. I think that the general rule is that children under the age of 13 should not be allowed to sit in the front seat, but this ultimately depends on the size of your child. If you have an infant, or a very little one, you should never use a rear facing child-safety seat because it puts their head too close to the front dash. Front facing child-safety seats are also considered dangerous. Even if your child is close to 13, you should only allow them to sit in the front seat when the seat is pushed back fully, and you should prevent them from leaning forward to tie their shoes, etc.. Some modern cars have functions allowing you to turn off the front seat passenger airbag. ( Full Answer )
In the fuse box!!! Yes, there is more than one fuse box, (underdash and underhood). But, if you remove the cover to the fuse boxes, assuming they are there. There should be a description of the circuit that each fuse is attached to. Or, find a wiring diagram for the seat belt circuit that is for you…r year integra. For a factory manual, look for an ETM (electrical troubleshooting manual). Sometime you can find wiring diagrams (schematics) online. ( Full Answer )
A good rule of thumb is to make sure you are tall enough that the front passenger air-bags will not block and suffocate your mouth and or nose, should they deploy.
You have to be 13 years old if you are in England but I don't know about other countries.
Grayghost19. Look at your book that came with the car or call a dealership near your home, ask for the service dept. Good Luck
Fuses That "Blow" Repeatedly Without being able to "hands on" troubleshoot the circuit served by the repeatedly blowing fuse, no one can identify the specific cause/defect which is causing your problem. Therefore, the following generic answer can be applied to any electrical circuit , whether… in a vehicle, or in a building, or whether alternating current [AC] or direct current [DC]. Fuses [and Circuit Breakers] are safety devices designed and installed in electrical circuits TO PROTECT the conductors [wires] and other components from short circuit conditions and/or overload conditions which cause an extremely large flow of electrical current [measured in Amperes], which causes overheating of the conductors that results in damage to the insulation and the conductors. And in a worst case scenario, the probability of a FIRE which could destroy the vehicle, house, or other structure in which the circuit is located. When a fuse or Circuit Breaker [and replacement fuses, or "tripping" Circuit Breakers] "blows," especially if it happens repeatedly, is an indication of an UNSAFE CONDITION in that circuit, usually a short. The fuse or circuit breaker is doing what it was designed, intended, and installed to do, protect the conductors and components of the circuit which it serves. The proper "fix" is for a qualified technician, who knows what he or she is doing , to troubleshoot the involved circuit, find and identify the defect, and make proper repair [s], BEFORE replacing the fuse again [with the properly sized fuse or before resetting a circuit breaker]. Some ignorant few will suggest installing a larger fuse or breaker to solve the problem, BUT that will only increase the hazard, not correct it. Do not follow "bad" advice by installing a larger fuse in a misguided attempt to correct the problem. To install an over-sized fuse would almost guarantee damage to the wiring and an electrical system fire. ( Full Answer )
check the connection under the seat it is likely that it has a little corrosion and just needs to be unpluged and pluged back in.
2004 gmc Yukon XL power seat control driver side and front heated seats do not work. Looked for blown fuse and found none What now?
As simple as this may sound, look for a disconnected or broken wire under the seat. Sometimes car washes will shove a vacuum hose under the seat and rip things apart. The fuse will still be good, but the connection is broken.
Well, I sit in the front seat and I am 12 but I think I started when I was eleven. I am still not allowed to sit in the front seat when we drive for a long time or go on dangerous roads. I am 5 foot 3 but I would say that 4 foot 10 is a good height. I hope that helps!
A child can sit in the front seat whenever they or the parent chooses. There is no current law about what age a Chile must be to be able to sit in the front seat. The reccommended age is 13 or older. This answer is not technically correct in MA,and I suspect in many other states. According to the… EOPSS Children 12 and under should always ride in the back seat. Follow vehicle manufacturers' warnings about seating of children near airbags. ( Full Answer )
In South Carolina, like in most other states, there is not really a set law. However, the recommended age is 12. You should also be over 4ft 8in and weigh over 100 lbs. You also should check the laws in your state to make your final decsicion.
There is no height restriction in Hawaii but you need to be at least 12 to sit in the front
haha well it matters. my dad got me a spwcialy made one an well mine are on the back.So while im riding the countr side my to kids can have a look out the back!! :)
Slide seat back as far as it will go.Look under the middle of the front of the seat and you will find a acorn nut and bolt ,remove same.Lift/raise the seat slide handle up and push the seat back off the center slider. Note there is a spring loaded pin up front that will release the seat fully and th…en lift the sucker out ( Full Answer )
They say 12 years Ild but I think it depends on your size and wieght
Yes, there is a fuse that runs the sliding seat belt mechanism on the S-series Saturn. It's the same fuse that runs the door locks, so if the locks work from the drivers or passenger side, it's not the fuse. The owners manual suggests that the seat belt track be periodically lubricated as part of …routine maintenance. If the track is not properly maintained, the motor will fail. If the locks work and the seat belt doesn't, you probably have a failed motor. ( Full Answer )
The first model year of the Ford Expedition was ( 1997 ) and the ( 2013 ) model owners manual is on the Ford website , what model year is your Ford Expedition , a little more information please ( Helpfull )
Safety devices used in electrical circuits. Answer A fuse is an overcurrent protection device, and will operate in the event of a sustained overload current or a short-circuit current.