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Old 03-23-2014, 10:45 AM
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help : driver side seat will not go backwards

need some help , driver side seat will not adjust backwards it will go up down forward but the direction i need it to wont budge . no sounds what so ever like it even trying to . i think the switch is bad but does anyone have a wire diagram so i can test and see if its getting any power to the motor? what color wire and tracer if it has one is the backwards wire? thanks

04 f250 xlt the seat has the two up and down buttons and the square that slides up and down and front to back in the center .
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Replace the switch, I had the same issue, new switch all is good again!
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