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Old 06-21-2001, 05:26 PM
Ron Johnstone Ron Johnstone is offline
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Location: Santa Clara, CA
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Not to be simplistic, but why don't you catch the seat in a position that is good for you and then unplug the damn thing? If your insurance will pay for the damage, get the seat base replaced with the motors and attached relays. That should solve your problem. If $ is a problem, perhaps a can of tuner cleaner on the relays will be of some inexpensive help. Another cause could be water in the wiring harness that ran under the carpet. Sorry for your trouble. I was in a flood when I was a kid and I know the mess they cause.
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