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I have a 2006 Sierra SLT Crew Cab, My trouble began with intermittent seat heater issues, sometimes it would work, then shut off after a few minutes, now nothing (Driver"s Door Controls) Then yesterday the Power Seats/Lumbar (Driver"s only) stopped working, Passenger side is functional. The door locks, mirror controls in both doors still work. I"m baffled!! I looked over the fuse box on the inside of the Drivers Door/Dash...all looked OK, I checked the under hood fuse box, all good... The book said there is another fuse block under the dash to the left of the steering column... I cannot locate anything like that. Anyone have a clue???? :?: :?: :?: Thanks in advance.
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This is a VERY time consuming (and frustrating) system to diagnose. I just went through this on my Wife"s 2004 Tahoe.Do you have the adjustable pedals? (gas & brake adjust up & down)The other fuse box is on the left end of your dash board. Open the drivers door and you"ll see the panel that pops off. Chances are all fuses will be fine though. You wouldn"t have power anywhere if one is out (like the passenger seat, or heat at all)
"It is better to live in the desert than with a quarrelsome, complaining wife!" (Proverbs 21:19 NLT)
Mr Joshua... I do not have any adjustable pedals. I checked the fuse box on the drivers side if the dash (in the door opening) Like you said all fuses were good. It is frustrating!!! I hope I can get some help!!! Thanks for replying!!! :mrgreen:
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Figured so on the fuses checking out...you are welcome for the "help".Next step is try each heat element separately to see if you can find one that is shorting the system out. Start "er up, turn on drivers seat bottom only and wait to see if the system shuts off. If it shuts off with only this heat element on then that is the shorted element...usually. Mine just wouldn"t turn on anymore. The theory is you can hopefully find 3 out of 4 heat elements that will work and 1 that makes it shut itself off.After trying each heat element you must turn the rig off to reset the system, and them try the next.There are like 10 circuits in the system and if there is a change in voltage on any off them it just shuts itself off.Report back and I"ll see if I can be of ANY help getting it figured out...but you know what they say about free help!


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"It is better to live in the desert than with a quarrelsome, complaining wife!" (Proverbs 21:19 NLT)