08 Bullitt Power Driver Seat Issues

Rcdgl

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My Bullitt driver seat has quit moving up and down and the lumbar has died.

A lot of googling shows I should be able to buy and replace the lumbar.

Not so much luck on the vertical seat issue. I hear the motor running, but no motion, hope it a broken gear problem.

Has anyone had and fixed this, ie, are the parts available?
 
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cbxer55

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My 07, the driver's seat hasn't worked since I bought it. I don't care since the seat is in the perfect position for my size. So it likely never will work. It's a convenient excuse when someone like my sister, who is short, and wrecks a lot of vehicles, asks me if she can borrow it. Nope sis, the seat is all the way back and it doesn't move.
 

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Jack1.2

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My lumbar went out, I was told it was a common problem, that the cable on the back of the seat is disconnected or snapped, which makes sense because the motor and switch are good.
Was told to take the seat apart and reconnect it.
I have yet to do it, it’s too cold here right now. Spring project.
 

cbxer55

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Cold. Yeah. Teens here with single digits at night. Going to be single digits for highs Friday, Saturday and Sunday. BRRRRR!!!!!

Mustang and Lightning are hibernating til it's warm again. Last night, my Ranger barely started after sitting at work 8 hours. And it's a battery that isn't even a year old yet.
 

chgovfk

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Check the fuse - my 07 GT seat stopped moving and they said they replaced the fuse ( it was at the bod shop-so I wasn't there)
 
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chgovfk

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From the inter-web/google ***It's a 30A fuse, #14 in the fuse box under the hood. The seat appears to be the only component on that circuit.
 
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