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Old 01-22-2009, 10:33 PM
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Helpppp! Does anyone have any "how to" repair manual for the power seats? Mine dont go UP nor DOWN, i could hear the motors running but seats aint movin![:@]
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THE POWER SEAT DOES NOT MOVE VERTICALLY - HIGH SPECIFICATION SEATCHECK THE LH FRONT SEAT CUSHION HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT MOTORS FOR CORRECT OPERATIONOperate the LH seat control switch to the seat cushion front/rear height adjustment position.Is the LH seat cushion height adjustment inoperative? . .CHECK THE LH FRONT SEAT CUSHION FRONT HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT MOTOR OPERATIONOperate the LH seat control switch to the seat cushion front height adjustment position.Is the LH seat cushion front height adjustment inoperative? . .CHECK THE LH FRONT SEAT CUSHION FRONT HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT MOTOR CIRCUITSDisconnect the seat cushion front height adjustment motor electrical connector LS5.Operate the seat control switch to the FRONT HEIGHT adjustment UP position.Measure the voltage between the seat cushion front height adjustment motor electrical connector LS5 pin 1, (YB), and LS5 pin 2, (WB).Is the voltage greater than 10 volts? INSTALL a new seat cushion front height adjustment motor. For additional information, refer to . .CHECK THE LH FRONT SEAT CUSHION FRONT HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT MOTOR CIRCUITOperate the seat control switch to the FRONT HEIGHT adjustment UP position.Measure the voltage between the seat cushion front height adjustment motor electrical connector LS5 pin 1, (YB), and ground.Is the voltage greater than 10 volts? . .CHECK THE LH FRONT SEAT CUSHION FRONT HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT MOTOR CIRCUIT FOR OPENDisconnect the seat control switch electrical connector LS1.Measure the resistance between the seat cushion front height adjustment motor electrical connector LS5 pin 2, (WB), and the seat control switch electrical connector LS1 pin 5, (WB).Is the resistance less than 5 ohms? INSTALL a new seat control switch. For additional information, refer to . REPAIR the circuit. TEST the system for normal operation.CHECK THE LH FRONT SEAT CUSHION FRONT HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT MOTOR CIRCUIT FOR OPENDisconnect the seat control switch electrical connector LS1.Measure the resistance between the seat cushion front height adjustment motor electrical connector LS5 pin 1, (YB), and the seat control switch electrical connector LS1 pin 4, (YB).Is the resistance less than 5 ohms? INSTALL a new seat control switch. For additional information, refer to . REPAIR the circuit. TEST the system for normal operation.CHECK THE LH FRONT SEAT CUSHION REAR HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT MOTOR CIRCUITSDisconnect the seat cushion rear height adjustment motor electrical connector LS2.Operate the seat control switch to the REAR HEIGHT adjustment UP position.Measure the voltage between the seat cushion rear height adjustment motor electrical connector LS2 pin 1, (YU), and LS2 pin 2, (WR).Is the voltage greater than 10 volts? INSTALL a new seat cushion rear height adjustment motor. For additional information, refer to . .CHECK THE LH FRONT SEAT CUSHION REAR HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT MOTOR CIRCUITOperate the seat control switch to the REAR HEIGHT adjustment UP position.Measure the voltage between the seat cushion rear height adjustment motor electrical connector LS2 pin 1, (YU), and ground.Is the voltage greater than 10 volts? . .CHECK THE LH FRONT SEAT CUSHION REAR HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT MOTOR CIRCUIT FOR OPENDisconnect the seat control switch electrical connector LS1.Measure the resistance between the seat cushion rear height adjustment motor electrical connector LS5 pin 2, (WR), and the seat control switch electrical connector LS1 pin 8, (WR).Is the resistance less than 5 ohms? INSTALL a new seat control switch. For additional information, refer to . REPAIR the circuit. TEST the system for normal operation.CHECK THE LH FRONT SEAT CUSHION REAR HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT MOTOR CIRCUIT FOR OPENDisconnect the seat control switch electrical connector LS1.Measure the resistance between the seat cushion rear height adjustment motor electrical connector LS2 pin 1, (YU), and the seat control switch electrical connector LS1 pin 9, (YU).Is the resistance less than 5 ohms? INSTALL a new seat control switch. For additional information, refer to . REPAIR the circuit. TEST the system for normal operation.CHECK THE RH FRONT SEAT CUSHION FRONT HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT MOTOR OPERATIONOperate the RH seat control switch to the seat cushion front height adjustment position.Is the RH seat cushion front height adjustment inoperative? . .CHECK THE RH FRONT SEAT CUSHION FRONT HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT MOTOR CIRCUITSDisconnect the seat cushion front height adjustment motor electrical connector RS5.Operate the seat control switch to the FRONT HEIGHT adjustment UP position.Measure the voltage between the seat cushion front height adjustment motor electrical connector RS5 pin 1, (WB), and RS5 pin 2, (YB).Is the voltage greater than 10 volts? INSTALL a new seat cushion front height adjustment motor. For additional information, refer to . .CHECK THE RH FRONT SEAT CUSHION FRONT HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT MOTOR CIRCUITOperate the seat control switch to the FRONT HEIGHT adjustment UP position.Measure the voltage between the seat cushion front height adjustment motor electrical connector RS5 pin 1, (WB), and ground.Is the voltage greater than 10 volts? . .CHECK THE RH FRONT SEAT CUSHION FRONT HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT MOTOR CIRCUIT FOR OPENDisconnect the seat control switch electrical connector RS1.Measure the resistance between the seat cushion front height adjustment motor electrical connector RS5 pin 2, (YB), and the seat control switch electrical connector RS1 pin 5, (YB).Is the resistance less than 5 ohms? INSTALL a new seat control switch. For additional information, refer to . REPAIR the circuit. TEST the system for normal operation.CHECK THE RH FRONT SEAT CUSHION FRONT HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT MOTOR CIRCUIT FOR OPENDisconnect the seat control switch electrical connector RS1.Measure the resistance between the seat cushion front height adjustment motor electrical connector RS5 pin 1, (WB), and the seat control switch electrical connector RS1 pin 4, (WB).Is the resistance less than 5 ohms? INSTALL a new seat control switch. For additional information, refer to . REPAIR the circuit. TEST the system for normal operation.CHECK THE RH FRONT SEAT CUSHION REAR HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT MOTOR CIRCUITSDisconnect the seat cushion rear height adjustment motor electrical connector RS2.Operate the seat control switch to the REAR HEIGHT adjustment UP position.Measure the voltage between the seat cushion rear height adjustment motor electrical connector RS2 pin 1, (WR), and RS2 pin 2, (YU).Is the voltage greater than 10 volts? INSTALL a new seat cushion rear height adjustment motor. For additional information, refer to . .CHECK THE RH FRONT SEAT CUSHION REAR HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT MOTOR CIRCUITOperate the seat control switch to the REAR HEIGHT adjustment UP position.Measure the voltage between the seat cushion rear height adjustment motor electrical connector RS2 pin 1, (WR), and ground.Is the voltage greater than 10 volts? . .CHECK THE RH FRONT SEAT CUSHION REAR HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT MOTOR CIRCUIT FOR OPENDisconnect the seat control switch electrical connector RS1.Measure the resistance between the seat cushion rear height adjustment motor electrical connector RS2 pin 2, (YU), and the seat control switch electrical connector RS1 pin 8, (YU).Is the resistance less than 5 ohms? INSTALL a new seat control switch. For additional information, refer to . REPAIR the circuit. TEST the system for normal operation.CHECK THE RH FRONT SEAT CUSHION REAR HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT MOTOR CIRCUIT FOR OPENDisconnect the seat control switch electrical connector RS1.Measure the resistance between the seat cushion rear height adjustment motor electrical connector RS2 pin 1, (WR), and the seat control switch electrical connector RS1 pin 9, (WR).Is the resistance less than 5 ohms? INSTALL a new seat control switch. For additional information, refer to . REPAIR the circuit. TEST the system for normal operation.THE POWER SEAT DOES NOT RECLINE - HIGH SPECIFICATION SEAT ONLYCHECK THE LH FRONT SEAT BACKREST MOTOR FOR CORRECT OPERATIONOperate the LH seat control switch to the REARWARD RECLINE position.Is the LH seat recline adjustment inoperative? . .CHECK THE LH FRONT SEAT BACKREST MOTOR CIRCUITSDisconnect the seat backrest motor electrical connector LS6.Operate the seat control switch to the REARWARD RECLINE position.Measure the voltage between the seat backrest motor electrical connector LS6 pin 2, (WR), and LS6 pin 1, (YR).Is the voltage greater than 10 volts? INSTALL a new seat backrest motor. For additional information, refer to . .CHECK THE LH FRONT SEAT BACKREST MOTOR CIRCUITOperate the seat control switch to the REARWARD RECLINE position.Measure the voltage between the seat backrest motor electrical connector LS6 pin 2, (WR), and ground.Is the voltage greater than 10 volts? . .CHECK THE LH FRONT SEAT BACKREST MOTOR CIRCUIT FOR OPENDisconnect the seat control switch electrical connector LS1.Measure the resistance between the seat backrest motor electrical connector LS6 pin 1, (YR), and the seat control switch electrical connector LS1 pin 7, (YR).Is the resistance less than 5 ohms? INSTALL a new seat control switch. For additional information, refer to . REPAIR the circuit. TEST the system for normal operation.CHECK THE LH FRONT SEAT BACKREST MOTOR CIRCUIT FOR OPENDisconnect the seat control switch electrical connector LS1.Measure the resistance between the seat backrest motor electrical connector LS6 pin 2, (WR), and the seat control switch electrical connector LS1 pin 12, (WR).Is the resistance less than 5 ohms? INSTALL a new seat control switch. For additional information, refer to . REPAIR the circuit. TEST the system for normal operation.CHECK THE RH FRONT SEAT BACKREST MOTOR CIRCUITSDisconnect the seat backrest motor electrical connector RS6.Operate the seat control switch to the REARWARD RECLINE position.Measure the voltage between the seat backrest motor electrical connector RS6 pin 2, (YR), and RS6 pin 1, (WR).Is the voltage greater than 10 volts? INSTALL a new seat backrest motor. For additional information, refer to . .CHECK THE RH FRONT SEAT BACKREST MOTOR CIRCUITOperate the seat control switch to the REARWARD RECLINE position.Measure the voltage between the seat backrest motor electrical connector RS6 pin 2, (YR), and ground.Is the voltage greater than 10 volts? . .CHECK THE RH FRONT SEAT BACKREST MOTOR CIRCUIT FOR OPENDisconnect the seat control switch electrical connector RS1.Measure the resistance between the seat backrest motor electrical connector RS6 pin 1, (WR), and the seat control switch electrical connector RS1 pin 7, (WR).Is the resistance less than 5 ohms? INSTALL a new seat control switch. For additional information, refer to . REPAIR the circuit. TEST the system for normal operation.CHECK THE RH FRONT SEAT BACKREST MOTOR CIRCUIT FOR OPENDisconnect the seat control switch electrical connector RS1.Measure the resistance between the seat backrest motor electrical connector RS6 pin 2, (YR), and the seat control switch electrical connector RS1 pin 12, (YR).Is the resistance less than 5 ohms? INSTALL a new seat control switch. For additional information, refer to . REPAIR the circuit. TEST the system for normal operation.THE POWER LUMBAR IS INOPERATIVECHECK THE LH FRONT SEAT LUMBAR ASSEMBLY OPERATION - HIGH SPECIFICATION SEAT ONLYOperate the LH seat lumbar control switch to the INFLATE position.Is the LH seat lumbar adjustment inoperative? . .CHECK THE LH SEAT LUMBAR CONTROL SWITCH POWER SUPPLYDisconnect the seat control switch electrical connector LS16.Measure the voltage between the seat control switch electrical connector LS16 pin 2, (OG), and ground.Is the voltage greater than 10 volts? . REPAIR the circuit. TEST the system for normal operation.CHECK THE LH SEAT LUMBAR CONTROL SWITCH GROUND CIRCUITMeasure the resistance between the seat control switch electrical connector LS16 pin 3, (B), and ground and between LS16 pin 6, (B), and ground.Are the resistances less than 5 ohms? . REPAIR the circuit. TEST the system for normal operation.CHECK THE LH SEAT LUMBAR ASSEMBLY CIRCUITSDisconnect the seat lumbar assembly electrical connector LS19.Operate the seat lumbar control switch to the INFLATE position.Measure the voltage between the seat lumbar motor electrical connector LS19 pin 1, (YG), and LS19 pin 2, (B).Is the voltage greater than 10 volts? . .CHECK THE LH SEAT LUMBAR ASSEMBLY DEFLATE CIRCUITOperate the seat lumbar control switch to the DEFLATE position.Measure the voltage between the seat lumbar assembly electrical connector LS19 pin 3, (WG), and ground.Is the voltage greater than 10 volts? INSTALL a new lumbar assembly. For additional information, refer to . .CHECK THE LH SEAT LUMBAR ASSEMBLY DEFLATE CIRCUIT FOR OPENDisconnect the seat lumber control switch electrical connector LS16.Measure the resistance between the seat lumbar assembly electrical connector LS19 pin 3, (WG), and the seat lumbar control switch electrical connector LS16 pin 7, (WG).Is the resistance less than 5 ohms? INSTALL a new seat lumbar control switch. TEST the system for normal operation. REPAIR the circuit. TEST the system for normal operation.CHECK THE LH SEAT LUMBAR ASSEMBLY INFLATE CIRCUITOperate the seat lumbar control switch to the INFLATE position.Measure the voltage between the seat lumbar motor electrical connector LS19 pin 1, (YG), and ground.Is the voltage greater than 10 volts? . .CHECK THE LH SEAT LUMBAR ASSEMBLY GROUND CIRCUITMeasure the resistance between the seat lumbar assembly electrical connector LS19 pin 2, (B), and ground.Is the resistance less than 5 ohms? INSTALL a new seat lumbar control switch. TEST the system for normal operation. REPAIR the circuit. TEST the system for normal operation.CHECK THE LH SEAT LUMBAR ASSEMBLY INFLATE CIRCUITDisconnect the seat lumber control switch electrical connector LS16.Measure the resistance between the seat lumbar assembly electrical connector LS19 pin 1, (YG), and the seat lumbar control switch electrical connector LS16 pin 1, (YG).Is the resistance less than 5 ohms? INSTALL a new seat lumbar control switch. TEST the system for normal operation. REPAIR the circuit. TEST the system for normal operation.CHECK THE RH SEAT LUMBAR CONTROL SWITCH POWER SUPPLYDisconnect the seat control switch electrical connector RS16.Measure the voltage between the seat control switch electrical connector RS16 pin 2, (OY), and ground.Is the voltage greater than 10 volts? . REPAIR the circuit. TEST the system for normal operation.CHECK THE RH SEAT LUMBAR CONTROL SWITCH GROUND CIRCUITMeasure the resistance between the seat control switch electrical connector RS16 pin 3, (B), and ground and between RS16 pin 6, (B), and ground.Are the resistances less than 5 ohms? . REPAIR the circuit. TEST the system for normal operation.CHECK THE RH SEAT LUMBAR ASSEMBLY CIRCUITSDisconnect the seat lumbar assembly electrical connector RS19.Operate the seat lumbar control switch to the INFLATE position.Measure the voltage between the seat lumbar motor electrical connector RS19 pin 1, (WG), and RS19 pin 2, (B).Is the voltage greater than 10 volts? . .CHECK THE RH SEAT LUMBAR ASSEMBLY DEFLATE CIRCUITOperate the seat lumbar control switch to the DEFLATE position.Measure the voltage between the seat lumbar assembly electrical connector RS19 pin 3, (YG), and ground.Is the voltage greater than 10 volts? INSTALL a new lumbar assembly. For additional information, refer to . .CHECK THE RH SEAT LUMBAR ASSEMBLY DEFLATE CIRCUIT FOR OPENDisconnect the seat lumber control switch electrical connector RS16.Measure the resistance between the seat lumbar assembly electrical connector RS19 pin 3, (YG), and the seat lumbar control switch electrical connector RS16 pin 7, (YG).Is the resistance less than 5 ohms? INSTALL a new seat lumbar control switch. TEST the system for normal operation. REPAIR the circuit. TEST the system for normal operation.CHECK THE RH SEAT LUMBAR ASSEMBLY INFLATE CIRCUITOperate the seat lumbar control switch to the INFLATE position.Measure the voltage between the seat lumbar motor electrical connector RS19 pin 1, (WG), and ground.Is the voltage greater than 10 volts? . .CHECK THE RH SEAT LUMBAR ASSEMBLY GROUND CIRCUITMeasure the resistance between the seat lumbar assembly electrical connector RS19 pin 2, (B), and ground.Is the resistance less than 5 ohms? INSTALL a new seat lumbar control switch. TEST the system for normal operation. REPAIR the circuit. TEST the system for normal operation.CHECK THE RH SEAT LUMBAR ASSEMBLY INFLATE CIRCUITDisconnect the seat lumber control switch electrical connector RS16.Measure the resistance between the seat lumbar assembly electrical connector RS19 pin 1, (WG), and the seat lumbar control switch electrical connector RS16 pin 1, (WG).Is the resistance less than 5 ohms? INSTALL a new seat lumbar control switch. TEST the system for normal operation. REPAIR the circuit. TEST the system for normal operation.Seat Control SwitchRemove the front seat. For additional information, refer to . Detach the outer side trim panel. Disconnect the lumbar switch electrical connector. Remove the seat control switch buttons. Detach the seat control switch. Remove the seat control switch.Disconnect the electrical connector.To install, reverse the removal procedure.Front Seat BackrestRemove the front seat. For additional information, refer to . Remove the backrest recliner handwheel (if equipped). Detach the outer side trim panel. Remove the outer side trim panel.Disconnect the electrical connector. Remove the inner side trim panel. Disconnect the side air bag module electrical connector. Left hand showm, right hand similar.Remove the front seat backrest retaining bolts. To install, reverse the removal procedureTighten to 25 Nm. Tighten to 25 Nm.Rear Seat BackrestRemove the rear seat cushion. For additional information, refer to . Remove the rear center safety belt and buckle.Remove the retaining bolt. Remove the rear seat backrest.Remove the retaining bolts.Remove the rear seat backrest. To install, reverse the removal procedure.Tighten to 55 Nm. Tighten to 55 Nm.Rear Seat Backrest Vehicles With: 70/30 Split SeatFold down the rear seat backrest. Remove the rear seat backrest.Detach the rear seat backrest.Remove the rear seat backrest.To install, reverse the removal procedure.Lumbar AssemblyRemove the front seat backrest. For additional information, refer to . Remove the head restraint.Press the tangs. Detach the backrest cover.Detach the retaining strip. Detach the backrest cover tension cords from the backrest. Detach the backrest cover.Cut the hog rings. Detach the backrest cover.Cut the hog rings. Detach the backrest cover.Cut the hog rings. Roll the backrest cover up the backrest. Detach the lumbar motor from the seat backrest frame.Cut the cable ties. Remove the lumbar assembly.Cut the cable ties. Install new cable ties and hog rings. Use hog ring pliers to close the hog rings. Do not use any other tool. The hog rings must be closed to overlap as illustrated.To install, reverse the removal procedure.Front Seat AN RCM MODULE ONLY REQUIRES REPLACEMENT IF THE SYSTEM HAS INCURRED FIVE SEPARATE DEPLOYMENTS. AT NO TIME CHANGE AN RCM FOR LESS THAN FIVE SEPARATE DEPLOYMENTS. ALWAYS WEAR SAFETY GLASSES WHEN REPAIRING AN AIR BAG SUPPLEMENTAL RESTRAINT SYSTEM (SRS) VEHICLE AND WHEN HANDLING AN AIR BAG MODULE. FAILURE TO FOLLOW THIS INSTRUCTION MAY RESULT IN PERSONAL INJURY. CARRY A LIVE AIR BAG MODULE WITH THE AIR BAG AND TRIM COVER POINTED AWAY FROM YOUR BODY. THIS WILL REDUCE THE RISK OF INJURY IN THE EVENT OF AN ACCIDENTAL DEPLOYMENT. FAILURE TO FOLLOW THIS INSTRUCTION MAY RESULT IN PERSONAL INJURY. DO NOT SET A LIVE AIR BAG MODULE DOWN WITH THE TRIM COVER FACE DOWN. FAILURE TO FOLLOW THIS INSTRUCTION MAY RESULT IN PERSONAL INJURY. AFTER DEPLOYMENT, THE AIR BAG SURFACE CAN CONTAIN DEPOSITS OF SODIUM HYDROXIDE, A PRODUCT OF THE GAS GENERANT COMBUSTION THAT IS IRRITATING TO THE SKIN. WASH YOUR HANDS WITH SOAP AND WATER AFTERWARDS. FAILURE TO FOLLOW THIS INSTRUCTION MAY RESULT IN PERSONAL INJURY. NEVER PROBE THE CONNECTORS ON THE AIR BAG MODULE. DOING SO MAY RESULT IN AIR BAG DEPLOYMENT. FAILURE TO FOLLOW THIS INSTRUCTION MAY RESULT IN PERSONAL INJURY. AIR BAG MODULES WITH DISCOLORED OR DAMAGED TRIM COVERS MUST BE REPLACED. VEHICLE SENSOR ORIENTATION IS CRITICAL FOR CORRECT SYSTEM OPERATION. IF A VEHICLE EQUIPPED WITH AN AIR BAG SUPPLEMENTAL RESTRAINT SYSTEM (SRS) IS INVOLVED IN A COLLISION, INSPECT THE SENSOR MOUNTING BRACKET AND WIRING PIGTAIL FOR DEFORMATION. IF DAMAGED, INSTALL A NEW SENSOR WHETHER OR NOT THE AIR BAG IS DEPLOYED. IF THE BODY WORK IS DAMAGED THIS WILL HAVE TO BE ADDRESSED. TO AVOID ACCIDENTAL DEPLOYMENT AND POSSIBLE PERSONAL INJURY, THE BACKUP POWER SUPPLY MUST BE DEPLETED BEFORE REPAIRING OR REPLACING ANY AIR BAG SUPPLEMENTAL RESTRAINT SYSTEM (SRS) COMPONENTS. TO DEPLETE THE BACKUP POWER SUPPLY ENERGY, DISCONNECT THE BATTERY GROUND CABLE AND WAIT ONE MINUTE. FAILURE TO FOLLOW THIS INSTRUCTION MAY RESULT IN PERSONAL INJURY.Repair is made by replacement only. If a part is replaced and the new part does not correct the condition, install the original part and carry out the diagnostic procedure again.When installing a new air bag module, a prepaid return postcard is provided with the replacement air bag module. The serial number for the new part and the vehicle identification number (VIN) must be recorded and sent to Jaguar Cars Ltd. Move the seat fully rearwards. Remove the seat front retaining bolts.Move the seat fully forwards. Detach the safety belt lower anchor from the underside of the seat. Remove the seat rear retaining bolt covers. Remove the seat.Remove the retaining bolts.Disconnect the battery ground cable. For additional information, refer to . Disconnect the electrical connector. To install, reverse the removal procedure.Tighten to 20 Nm. Tighten to 55 Nm. Tighten to 20 Nm.Front Seat Cushion The front seat cushion is calibrated to the occupant classification sensor, and can only be replaced as part of the service kit. Front Seat Track MotorRemove the front seat. For additional information, refer to . Disconnect the front seat track motor electrical connector. Remove the front seat track motor. Make sure the front seat track motor control rods are correctly located.To install, reverse the removal procedure.Tighten to 10 Nm.Front Seat Recliner MotorRemove the front seat backrest. For additional information, refer to . Remove the head restraint.Press the tangs. Detach the backrest cover.Detach the retaining strip. Detach the backrest cover tension cords from the backrest. Detach the backrest cover.Cut the hog rings. Detach the backrest cover.Cut the hog rings. Detach the backrest cover.Cut the hog rings. Roll the backrest cover up the backrest. Disconnect the front seat backrest motor electrical connector. Detach the front seat backrest recliner bar from the motor.Remove the recliner bar retaining clip.Detach the front seat backrest recliner bar from the motor. Remove the front seat backrest motor.Remove the retaining screw.Install a new front seat backrest recliner bar retaining clip.To install, reverse the removal procedure.Front Seat Front Height Adjustment MotorRemove the front seat. For additional information, refer to . Disconnect the front height adjustment motor electrical connector. Remove the front height adjustment motor roll pin. Remove the front seat cushion front height adjustment motor.Remove the retaining bolts. To install, reverse the removal procedure.Tighten to 10 Nm.Front Seat Rear Height Adjustment MotorRemove the front seat. For additional information, refer to . Detach the wiring harness. Disconnect the rear height adjustment motor electrical connector. Remove the rear height adjustment motor roll pin. Remove the front seat cushion rear height adjustment motor.Remove the retaining bolt. To install, reverse the removal procedure.Tighten to 10 Nm.Rear Seat Cushion Remove and discard old retaining clips.Remove the rear seat cushion.Detach the rear seat cushion front retaining clips.Slide the rear seat cushion out of the retaining hooks.Remove the rear seat cushion.Make sure the safety belt buckles are located through the cushion.Install new seat cushion front retaining clipsTo install, reverse the removal procedure.Rear Seat BolsterFold down the rear seat backrest. Detach the rear seat backrest bolster.Press the tang. Remove the rear seat backrest bolster.To install, reverse the removal procedure.Front Seat CushionRemove the front seat cushion. For additional information, refer to . Remove the seat cushion cover.Unclip the seat cushion from the seat base.Cut the hog rings. Install new hog rings. Use hog ring pliers to close the hog rings. Do not use any other tool. The hog rings must be closed to overlap as illustrated.To assemble, reverse the disassembly procedure.Rear Seat CushionRemove the rear seat cushion. For additional information, refer to . Detach the seat cushion cover.Cut the hog rings. Cut the seat cushion cover tension cord retaining hog rings. Detach the seat cushion cover tension cords from the seat cushion. Detach the seat cushion cover from the seat cushion. Detach the seat cushion cover.Cut the hog rings. Remove the seat cushion cover.Cut the hog rings. Install new hog rings. Use hog ring pliers to close the hog rings. Do not use any other tool. The hog rings must be closed to overlap as illustrated.To assemble, reverse the disassembly procedure.Front Seat BackrestRemove the front seat backrest. For additional information, refer to . Remove the head restraint.Press the tangs. Detach the backrest cover.Detach the retaining strip. Detach the backrest cover tension cords from the backrest. Detach the backrest cover.Cut the hog rings. Detach the backrest cover.Cut the hog rings. Detach the backrest cover.Cut the hog rings. Roll the backrest cover up the backrest. Detach the backrest cover retaining hook. Remove the head restraint guides.Using a suitable screwdriver, press the locking tangs. Remove the backrest cover. Install new hog rings. Use hog ring pliers to close the hog rings. Do not use any other tool. The hog rings must be closed to overlap as illustrated.To assemble, reverse the disassembly procedure.Rear Seat BackrestRemove the rear seat backrest - fixed. For additional information, refer to .Remove the head restraints. Detach the backrest cover.Cut the hog rings. Detach the backrest cover.Detach the retaining strips. Remove the head restraint guides.Using a suitable screwdriver, press the locking tang.Remove the head restraint guide. Remove the backrest frame from the backrest cushion and cover. Detach the backrest cover from the cushion.Cut the hog rings. Remove the backrest cover.Cut the hog rings. Install new hog rings. Use hog ring pliers to close the hog rings. Do not use any other tool. The hog rings must be closed to overlap as illustrated.To assemble, reverse the disassembly procedure.Rear Seat Backrest Vehicles With: 70/30 Split SeatRemove the rear seat backrest - folding. For additional information, refer to .Remove the head restraint(s). Detach the backrest cover from the backrest.Detach the retaining strip. The armrest pivot pins are held in place by split pins. The armrest should be lifted to gain access to the split pins.Moving the armrest left and right assists in the removal of the pivot pins.Remove the armrest. Remove the head restraint guides.Using a suitable screwdriver, press the locking tangs.Remove the head restraint guides. Remove the backrest cover.Cut the hog rings. Install new hog rings. Use hog ring pliers to close the hog rings. Do not use any other tool. The hog rings must be closed to overlap as illustrated.To assemble, reverse the disassembly procedure.Rear Seat BolsterRemove the rear seat backrest - bolster. For additional information, refer to . Remove the backrest bolster cover.Cut the hog rings. Install new hog rings. Use hog ring pliers to close the hog rings. Do not use any other tool. The hog rings must be closed to overlap as illustrated.To assemble, reverse the disassembly procedure.DescriptionNmLb-FtLb-InFront seat retaining bolts2015-Front seat backrest retaining bolts2518-Front seat cushion retaining nuts1511-Front seat track motor retaining bolt107-Front seat cushion front height adjustment motor retaining bolt107-Front seat cushion rear height adjustment motor retaining bolts107-Front safety belt lower anchor retaining bolt5541-Rear seat backrest retaining bolts (fixed seat)5541-Rear center safety belt and buckle retaining bolt5541-Rear seat (fixed) retainer block bolt2015-Front seat belt pretensioner retaining bolt5037-Rear seat (folding) latches2216-
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Thank you so much! Now i have a project for tomorrow! its nice to know someone close to my area uses the forum!!! we should meet up

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Hi Eddy,

How did it go? More importantly, how many beers did it take? I'm considering joining the Capital Area Jag club and you may want to try that also. Another source of info is theJag-Lovers.org website. They have a forum as well as other goodies to look through.

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Im on my second six pack and I GAVE UP![&:]its wayyy freakin cold outside!!! I was with my mechanic today and I was asking him if I could switch the bad motors from the passenger to the driver seat and he gave me the LOOK! hahaha! I know, im cheap but no one really sits on my passenger but my accessory bag...

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Here you go.

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No kidding about it being cold. The wind was a killer, especially in the afternoon. If you lifted up the seat at the same time you moved the switch did the seat move? It may have gotten stuck. I had to do this with a Buick I had years ago.
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i could hear the motors running.. but the seats not moving... i have no clue how to untangle this situation... i think its mechanical not electrical in nature... how do I check if theyre stuck?
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omg.. you're absolutely brilliant!!! i went out (in the cold) and lifted the seats while i was pressing the buttons and IT WORKED! the only thing that didnt work is the downward button on the left (as you face the buttons) now I can adjust to a more suitable position (im 6ft tall and needing the headroom).. thank you
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elardizabal, if you are down near Norfolk, VA, I would tell you to come on down to my place and we can get that seat torn apart and figure out what is going on. Can't make any promises as I agree it sounds like a gear issue more than a wiring issue. BUt, it could be nothing more than some dirt/debris that is inside the gears and simply needs a good cleaning. Let me know if you are interested. The way things are looking, this coming Saturday (1/31) will be another member coming over to my place to do some work. We can make this a mini Jag showoff/repair day. I will have my HID bulbs in the fog lights done by then too (finishing it up today).

The seat issue would probably be easiest done by simply unbolting the seat from the car, taking it inside and then playing with the seat at that point. The seat should come out with 4 bolts as I recall. The big issue is what type of fasteners that hold the seat in place.
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Oh you have no idea what ive found under the seat, popsicle stick, power bar wrapper, dryclean receipt with the previous owners name and number (haha... i wanna call him and cuss him out for abusing the Jag), drinking straw, pen and some wierd plastic and some of it are stuck on the mechanical assembly which may have caused the gears to be thrown out of place (or worn [:@])

Anyhow, PM me with details, i would love to come down to norfolk sometime as long as the cold dont bite my A** im ok
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Hi Eddy,

Glad it worked out OK (mostly). Now just don't let anyone else drive your Jag. In this same directory there is a Christo's message on how to download the JTIS manual. It may take awhile so you can surf other Jag sites in the meantime.

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thanks mike! and NO, no one will ever drive my jag at all! haha... I have posted another issue regarding misfires on cold start.. if you have any idea i would like to know what my mechanic has been missing (or not telling) all this time.

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