Earl, acc. to the wiring diagram (compliments of Mitchell), from the
driver's seat switch there's a red-and-white wire going to the
forward-rearward movement motor. Looks as if you could install a
*relay-controlled* cutout switch, say under the dash, to power this wire &
switch it on only when you wish to move your driver's seat forward/rearward.
*MUST HAVE, for safety*. May be easier/more convenient to access this wire
under the seat with it raised to its maximum height--still the red-and-white
one. HTH, s
Thanks. That's useful, and I may do that. I was hoping there's a way do
disable it (tell
the computer not to do it). I did the procedure in the owner's manual that
turns off the
memory/seat feature, and the seat then didn't move when I took the key in or
out. BUt then
when I moved the seat forward (it had retracted all the way back, as it does),
again rolling back every time I took the key out, and forward again when I put
the key in.
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