[SOLVED] C63 Lumber Supports

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  1. MMacD

    MMacD New Member

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    Hey,

    I've had my car in at Mercedes to try and identify and resolve the issue with my seat lumber supports.

    It's not been working for a couple of months so I checked all the fuses with no issues found, put it into the dealers to get further checks done and they are struggling to find the fault. They're confident it's not a wiring issue and the main unit was changed out but still the issue persists. The cars 2013 with a 2 year extended warranty when I bought it from Mercedes.

    Any ideas?


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  2. whitenemesis

    whitenemesis MB Club Veteran

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    How is this thread "Solved" :confused:
     
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    MMacD

    MMacD New Member

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    Sorry, my mistake! It's very much still open.


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  4. Gledsyc63

    Gledsyc63 Hardcore MB Enthusiast

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    Try fuse 56 in the rear fuse box. 5 amp not even listed in the diagrams as anything to do with the seats. Mine keeps blowing I think I've got a short in the wiring on the seat somewhere.


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    That's what keeps going on mine. The problem is if it's a wiring issue they've said it's not covered under the warrant and I can expect a bill of £550!


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  6. whitenemesis

    whitenemesis MB Club Veteran

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    Do you move the seat back and forth a lot? I'd check the loom and connectors underneath for loose pins and or chaffed wires
     
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    Not really..the garage just called to say they've fixed it, and the works covered by the warranty. I'll find out the issue tomorrow.


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