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Old 09-29-2010, 12:41 PM   #1
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Red face drivers side power memory seat,power pedals & power mirrors not working

Hello,I"m new to this forum but I have a ?.I have a 2006 f150 fx4 flareside.My drivers side power memory seat,power pedals,and power mirrors not working.The manual says there are 2 fuses that go to these 3 things.fuse #3 and #109,checked both and there fine not blown and have power to both,theres another fuse box under the hood but it doesn't have anything to do with these issues,also I did change out those 2 fuses,but still nothing!! I would surely welcome any information on this problem! Thank you.
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I double checked your fuse assignments and you're dead on, so you've done good with the fuses. I also checked to see if there was a specific relay for these three circuits, but could not see one in the owners guide, or at least there was not one "labeled" with any one of these three items.

It would almost sound like a common ground; I'll check my factory wiring schematics tonight for these three items to see if there is a "common" ground that could be the culprit. Maybe someone else will get to the source of this problem first.
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great,thanks for getting back to me,it"s a head scratcher,please get back to me on the common ground diagram. had the mechaniac at work look at it,he couldn't get it either!
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I have had the exact same problem for about a year now and still cant figure it out! Im dumbfounded...
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Got home and checked my schematic book. Unfortunately there is not one ground for the three circuits (seat(s), pedal, and outside mirrors); there are two grounds to check though, as they are both located on the left side (drivers side lower foot well) of the interior. Ground circuit "G200" is used by the seats and pedal adjustment assembly. This ground is located at the e-brake lever assembly; an eyelet with one wire held to the body with a bolt. Then there is ground circuit "G303" located in the lower passenger kick panel (remove the plastic kick panel by first removing the door sill panel). This circuit has several ground wires (one of which is for the power mirrors) attached to an eyelet and then bolted to the body.

I would have felt better if all three were on one ground circuit, but I'd check these two locations non the less.
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can the memory settings be activated when entering the truck by inserting one of two set keys or is it only by pushing the button?

i know the lincoln mkz remembers the seat position for each key.
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Hey Bucko,thanks for the info,I should get a chance this weekend to check those 2 ground locations you mentioned,hopefully that is the problem!I"ll get back to ya,and let you know how I make out Thanks again!
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i hope we can figure this out my truck has the same problem
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Hey richiepooley pretty sure I have the answer to your problem!do a post search for the following,power seat,power pedals,power mirrors issues solved I made the post on 10-5-2010 this fixed my problem sure it will fix yours.not sure how to repost the post you need but search for the above and it will get you there.let me know how you make out,thanks.
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Had the same problem on my 04. There a tons or threads on how to fix it but here ya go. On the passenger side door sill pull up the door sill piece and around the fuse box find the orange wire it has either a brown or green stripe on it and follow it towards the fuse box until it splits into two wires. Take the splice off and redo the wires with a butt connector. Worked like a dream. The wire corrodes in the splice and won't get connection. Let me know how it works. Worked fine for me and took about 10 min.
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