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Old 10-31-10, 12:50 AM   #1
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hi guys, i know you guys might think this is a repost but im wondering since most people have their in-out movements on their steering wheel working and the up-down movements not working and cant fix this. did any of you guys had the the motor NOT making ANY sound (like the motor is completely dead) when you were trying to move the steering wheel up and down. i know most people can fix their up/down movements by spacing out the gear but they are able to because they can hear their motor still running, mine runs when i use the in-out movements but its completely quiet when i try to do the up-down movements. thx in advance guys.
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its been asked, its either the motor's dead, or the harness/fuse/memory ecu is dead/damaged
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its been asked, its either the motor's dead, or the harness/fuse/memory ecu is dead/damaged
the up-down movements motor has it own fuse/memory ecu from the in-out movement motor? thx for clearing things up for me. please show me the area to locate this.
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fuse is unlikely, but the ecu (there's only one for both) can have only a partial failure.

to be honest, if the wiring checks out good and the motor's getting +12v when the switch is hit, it's likely just dead.
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fuse is unlikely, but the ecu (there's only one for both) can have only a partial failure.

to be honest, if the wiring checks out good and the motor's getting +12v when the switch is hit, it's likely just dead.
Oh okay, do you mean the ecu would be dead or the up/down movement motor? How would i test a motor? And where is this ecu to check? Thx a lot man.
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Oh okay, do you mean the ecu would be dead or the up/down movement motor? How would i test a motor? And where is this ecu to check? Thx a lot man.
sorry to revive a thread i have a 1990. we test the wires there no power going. so my dad says the motor is out of the picture it should be fine. but something else is wrong. did you ever get this fixed? if so how? i cant really find any info with answers. does anyone know where the ecu is. and would this just be some cpacitors or would the ecu need replacing??
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