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Old 07-28-2012, 09:44 PM
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Driver power seat, and power mirrors not working... NEED HELP!!

2002 F350 Roll-Along (just a over the top Lariat pretty much), and it has dual power seats and the tow mirrors and the passenger power seat works, but the driver does not. Neither do they tow mirrors. I checked EVERY fuse under the column with no luck. What can it be? I tow up all the door surrounds following the wires and all looked fine. Please tell me this is a common problem? On F150's I have found a lot of info pertaining to this but none of it helped me with the f350 because the fuse panel configs are totally different.

Any help greatly appreciated.

What I know:
Driver seat/both power mirrors dont work
All fuses are fine
All wiring looks good
Told the wire for the seat motor is orange with a green stripe (which looked perfect with every other wire in the harness.)
Truck DID used to have amps/subs if this has anything to do with it.
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There's another fuse box under the good I believe, not 100% sure tho on your year model


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How did you check fuses?

I made my Samsung SGH-I997 send this.
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I pulled out all the fuses and checked them. Found 2 burnt but nothing that I cared about. I'm going to go check that particular fuse with a testing light real quick. Because it should have constant power right?
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Old 07-29-2012, 07:58 AM
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Looking at this diagram > http://www.frybrid.com/ford_02_fuses_wiring.pdf

Can anybody tell me on page 11, where that junction is for the driver power seat? Along with tow mirrors, ill have to find that page #.
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Did you check the wiring harness that goes from your driver's door to the cab? I just had an issue on my '99 work truck with the mirrors not working. I discovered about 6 broken wires in the boot where the harness flexes when you open and close the door.
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Old 07-29-2012, 09:33 AM
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Did you check the wiring harness that goes from your driver's door to the cab? I just had an issue on my '99 work truck with the mirrors not working. I discovered about 6 broken wires in the boot where the harness flexes when you open and close the door.
Underneath the kick panel? I did take that off and I ran up until the place where it goes under that rubber boot. Should I take off the boot and check?
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Underneath the kick panel? I did take that off and I ran up until the place where it goes under that rubber boot. Should I take off the boot and check?
No, about half-way up on the door near the hinge. There is a rubber boot/sleeve that the wire cluster runs through. That's where the wires from your mirrors go into the cab. You need to pop the boot out of one side and slide it back to expose the wires. There's not much room there but you should be able to see if there are any broken wires. This could explain why your mirrors aren't working, but I don't know about your power seat. As far as I know, there shouldn't be any of those wires in that harness.
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