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Old 11-13-2017, 01:43 PM
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Hi there,
From one day to another the driver seat of my 2006 flying spur will not move back completely. I have tried the reset function, with the key in the ignition and moving the seat forward and then to the rear but no luck. The seat does still move back but only to a specific point, which is far from all the wat back.
Anyone have any suggestion to resolve this issue?
All help is much appreciated.
Thanks,
Bob
 
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You might try only setting the seat in the rear most position. Then set memory. Check to see if it remembered? If so then reset the full function.
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thanks Ron I will try and keep you updated..
 
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Unfortunately this did't solve the problem, any other suggestions?
Thanks, Bob
 
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Originally Posted by Bobby_G View Post
I have tried the reset function, with the key in the ignition and moving the seat forward and then to the rear
Thanks,
Bob
Hello Bob,
I have never heard of the "reset function" you describe, as in "the key in the ignition", what I have done, along with some others on here, is the windows and seats relearning of their stops after the batteries have been disconnected, so please give us some information here, are you saying by "one day to another" that it in-fact works on some days going fully back, or not, if it works sometimes and not others, then you may have a failing seat motor for that movement segment of the seat, a failing drivers seat control module, or the relay that controls forward and reverse movement, it your call, but you could disconnect the batteries for say 1 hour, then reconnect and try moving the seat to its furthest rear position and hold the seat switch for a few seconds after it reaches said position, you would the do the same for the forward movement, but you must hold the switch so the module will learn, same with all the windows, start at the passenger side front, then pass rear, then drivers rear, and last drivers front, after a battery disconnect the windows will have a hard sounding stop when lowering because each module has lost its learned stop for raise and lower, so as I stated, start from the pass front and lower the window, then raise and hold 3 seconds, then lower and hold 3 seconds, then raise and hold 3 seconds, repeat this for all windows until the harsh sounding stop of lowering has gone away, this is the same principle for the seats.


But, please do clarify as to the actual operation of your seat.
 

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