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Old 09-08-2019, 09:48 AM Thread Starter
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Arnage driver's seat control module

My seat module is completely dead, no seat, mirror or steering wheel response. I have power to the module. Has anyone found a source for these other than Bentley or anyone who can rebuild them? They were originally supplied by Pektron but so far I have not found any commonality with any other vehicle.
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No luck on this contact, but for those who own the Arnage, can you answer the following question regarding the driver's seat?
Using the manual buttons (not memory) can the seat, mirrors and tilt be moved under all conditions assuming the ignition is on? The control module has inputs from door, shift lever, seatbelt. Does the status of any of these affect whether the seat/mirrors/wheel can be moved?
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Only just read this thread, but if you have not found a commonality yet, perhaps try bmw. Early arnages appear to have the same HVAC controls as my seven series bmw. the seat controls in the bmw look very similar to my friend's maserati so may be not that uncommon. you can look at the BMW parts on the realoem.com website. Look at seven series '94 to 2001
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Send a message/email to John Robison. He is one of the most experienced with these issues and regularly writes it since he is the technical editor of the Flying Lady, the RROC magazine.

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