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If it immediately blows then I start tracing for a dead short (starting by unplugging the motor). Looking for a Sii or Siia 88"! "Like most British cars, the design is intended to drip some of the engine oil on the ground so you know it is not All dead. Any help much appreciated. #2 06-20-2012, 04:26 PM dgi 07 Senior Member Join Date: Feb 2011 Location: People's Republic of New Jersey. have a peek here

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Range Rover Electric Seat Fault

I would like to get some help before I take it in and am open for ripoff ... It seemed very odd that all seat functions would only move in a single direction before it failed completely. deffo look at the ECU 2.0_hippo, Apr 28, 2014 #4 Saint.V8 Dyed-in-the-wool 100% RR Junkie Joined: Apr 27, 2008 Posts: 13,046 Likes Received: 339 Location: Surrey - Near the middle, Up next Rangerover Sport - Water Leak - Duration: 5:10.

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Then the whole thing fell apart on me. The first thing to do is check the fuse. New Again Auto Reconditioning Centre 507 views 5:10 Range Rover Sport – Inferno Downhill Challenge Documentary - Duration: 5:26. Is it the control module on the pass side kick panel thatis buried behind the fuse panel?

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  • Checked the fuses, all ok, had a look under the seat for loose connections but couldnt see anything, tried to move the seat again and then things went from bad to
  • I'll see if there is any moisture/dampness around it?.
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  • So it seemslike its backwards and broken.
  • It will start moving again, eventually.

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And BTW - best to switch off the steering wheel automatic retraction and extension when you switch the ignition on and off as the motors on these puppies are weak and Powered by vBulletin Version 4.2.3 Copyright © 2016 vBulletin Solutions, Inc. Range Rover Electric Seat Fault Pass side works fine Reply With Quote 07-03-2007,05:40 PM #4 dcproven View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Visit Homepage View Articles 4WD Extreme Member Join Date Oct 2006 Location Oak 2006 Range Rover Sport Fuse Box Posts: 1,295 Thanks: 25 Thanked 56 Times in 55 Posts Fuse, switch, wiring, motor.

Sign In Sign In Remember me Not recommended on shared computers Sign in anonymously Sign In Forgot your password? navigate here Anybody wanna sell me a switch? Mar 9, 2012 at 1:57 PM #1 joegib New Member Posts: 2 Likes Received: 0 Joined: Apr 24, 2011 I have been trying to solve this problem for several months. Checked the mirror and seat fuses which were all ok, but there's a control module upstream that also has a fuse (in the fuse block), and I found that to be Range Rover Sport Electric Seat And Mirrors Not Working

Quality products, superior service and a wealth of happy customers are the keys to our success. I've not experienced the same problem that Todd's friend had, so if your problem is exactly the same then this won't help, but a problem I've come across before is that I replaced the memory, checked the fuses and replaced the switches - still not working. Check This Out It's easy!

wtf is the prob here? Land Rover Discovery Electric Seat Problem Suggestions/ideas/comments?? The pass window is inop with no power at the switch and the drivers seat and window adjustment switch are inop as well.

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Buying Tips, Advice and Discussion Today's Posts New Posts Menu Log in or Sign up Search titles only Posted by Member: Separate names with a comma. Any advice? I've already replaced the drivers seat control module. this contact form But, don't look for it with the rest of the fuses in the fuse box.

Always remember, a short to ground before the load (motor, lights, etc) will always blow the fuse! #8 04-22-2013, 09:01 AM siimom Junior Member Join Date: Apr 2013 Todd. Can you tell me where the fuse that I cannot find somewhere in the fusebox is located. We ensure timely processing of your order, quick delivery times and very competitive shipping rates from UPS, FedEx and the US Postal Service More info Our Guarantee On Low Prices!

Getting the mirrors to work again might be a bit trickier without the ECU as the wiring is all intergrated into the main loom & would take a bit of working The driver and passenger side windows do not roll down, the mirrors don't move and the driver's side seat doesn't work. Dave Land Rover Master Tech Independent Land Rover Specialists Chevy Chase, MD RoverGuy7 is offline Quote Quick Reply post #13 of 15 (permalink) Old 07-27-2013, 04:26 PM newthings Member Suggestions/ideas/comments??

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johnboyairey General Tech Help 0 10-16-2008 06:16 PM Tags adjust, back, benz, c250, discovery, driver, electric, land, mercedes, move, power, problems, rover, seat, wont, working « Previous Thread | Next Thread Sounds like a plan, except the steering colomn uses the same fuse as the drivers seat, so you also loose that (assuming its working in the first place!!!!) Thanks for the If it goes down a few V, but doesn't move the seat, there is too much resistance on the mechanism, so check gear-cable, gears, lubricate, clean, ...