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Old 07-23-2009, 01:04 AM   #1
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hi all all the other funtions on my seats work except the lumbar part of it when u work the buttons u just hear a faint click i did get the bottom lumbar to work breifly then nothing i replased the switch but does the same thing nothing can anyone shed any light on what the trouble might be i cant believe neither seaT would work is there a breaker burryied somewhere or anything else anyone can think of thanks in advance
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