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Fuses are under the rear drivers side seat (archive)

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Posted by Rich 1990 750iL on October 10, 2001 at 09:58:59:

In Reply to: Re: Check fuse 6 again in the front power dist. bo posted by Rusty on October 10, 2001 at 06:52:07:

You need to remove the power seat buttons and power unit (held on by 2 screws). You may have to remove the anchor to the seat belt near the door as well as the trim. Under the bottom cushion, near the rug is a clip you have to squeeze, and at the same time, pull up the bottom cushion. That will release the seat. Then pull the seat bottom out and up. Voila, there you will see fuses and relays. Now the tough part, getting the seat bottom back in is a mother. Do an archive search for add'l help.

Rainman, I checked the #6 fuse, and it's OK. Actually, I checked all of the fuses under the hood with a circuit tester with no problems noted. Thanks for the input though. Any ideas on how to get to the fuses under the rear seat. My rear seats are electric and don't appear to come out just by pulling up. Rusty

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