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Old 10-29-2015, 08:16 AM   #1
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Co pilot chair keeps blowing fuses

Hi Folks! We have a 2006 HR Navigator. The Co pilot chair blows the fuse after one operation. It happened on our test drive and the dealership changed the 20amp fuse. We dove it home, my wife pushed the seat forward and it worked, that was it. Not working... Any ideas??
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Old 10-29-2015, 09:04 AM   #2
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I would check all the wiring to make sure none of the wires have been cut. You may also try to take off small control module and disconnecting 1 function at a time to narrow down the problem.
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I took 30 amps to keep my working
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I recently gave the undercarriage a good lubing with Triflow. It works way better and I can tell there is less draw on the motor(s).

Just another thought.
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I recently gave the undercarriage a good lubing with Triflow. It works way better and I can tell there is less draw on the motor(s).

Just another thought.
Thanks will give that a try. Which Triflow did you use.. They make several types... I would guess the dry..

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I'm with CaptJake on this one, try to lube it first before resorting to other measures. Both my seats were the same way, a little lube and back to normal.

There's an old saying in electronics: "Sensitive/expensive components are often installed to protect simple fuses".
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My drivers side blew a fuse earlier this year. Turned out to be the wire directly under the seat. Swiveling the seat around to face the room caught the wire on a sharp piece of metal and it cut thru the wire. Put some electrical tape on it and it is fine
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