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Old 04-02-2021, 06:51 AM   #1
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2004 Holiday Rambler Endeavor passenger seat

Heyy all. First timer here. I cannot figure out why my passenger seat power will not work front to back( all buttons on that side). The power recliner button on the other side of the chair works. I have locked it in place facing front and checked the wiring underneath (to the best of my ability) I’m not very mechanically inclined so I’m hoping it’s just something simple. TIA!!
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Hi denie1963 I would suggest going to monacoers.org site and joining. This is a group of very knowledgeable people who own older( before Monaco went out of business) HR and Monaco coaches. They are a wealth of information for all components on the Coaches. You will have to join the group but that is not a big deal. Good luck
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I would look under the seat when you press a button. Put your hand on the motors carefully. See if you feel any clicking or movement of any kind.

My seat would not go front to back and had a bad motor set had to replace. Could tell because the motor would try to work but would fail to move anything.
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Could be a bad switch, have you by passed switch to see if motor will work.
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Old 04-03-2021, 05:15 AM   #5
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I would double check all the connections first thing.

On ours, all the other switches/controls worked but not the foot rest. So I new we had power. Turns out we had spun the chair around the wrong way last fall and the wires got pulled tight and disconnected the one for the foot rest.
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