You guys know where the adj. pedal sensor, seat recliner pos. sensor are?

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  1. wade

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    I need to locate on my 03 Denali the Seat recliner position sensor, adjustable pedal sensor, and the heated seat thermistors.

    Do you all know where exactly they are? Both my heated seats heater shut off and my symptoms are exactly what happens when these sensors go faulty. I need to locate them to check voltage references.
     
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    I believe its the heating element in the seats that go bad in our trucks. I have the same problem with mine. The pasener side works fine until I turn on the driver side, then it immediatly shorts both.
     
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    trust me man, i know what I am doing, its not my elements. If you search my name, I have went through everything on threads about it on here. I have a very unique issue
     
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    Yes you do when it comes to this matter, practically replace all that you can to solve this problem for sure!! I don't know where those items are located but if you go to a dealership, they should be able to pull up a parts drawing that should give you a rough idea where to find them!! Good luck and keep at it, you will solve this soon!!:Handshake:
     
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    I found them. I did all this testing and tested the pass seat. all was ok. I am going to take a Tech2 scanner home to mess with next week ")
     
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    So where about are they located?
     
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    I see that now. Just throwin in my .02 cents. Good luck, hope you get all that sorted out, Sounds like a huge headache you've had with those :emotions122:
     
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    still working on the issue. Tech2 goes on the truck again next week to check the voltages of the sensors
     
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    Let me know how that goes, got a connection on one of those scanning tools I think and going to try that before I inspect and order my new replacement pads. Hopefully I can use it this week!
     
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    So.... where is the seat recliner position sensor? My 2003 Escalade has a similar problem. Thanks.
     

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