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Old May 13th, 2017, 12:58 PM
ronward ronward is offline
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Location: Columbus, GA
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1990 Classic Seat Motor Switch

I have a '90 Classic with a missing drivers seat switch. I've read there is a way to 'hotwire' the connector wire harness connector underneath the seat. In fact, the previous owner has market the terminals on the connector (adjust front and back). I've connected a wire to the positive terminal on the battery and then the other end of the wire to the appropriate post but nothing happens.

What am I missing besides a seat switch?

UPDATE never mind my ground wasn't good. Seat adjustment complete.
Ron Ward
1990 Range Rover Classic
& a couple nice watches

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