if this dosent work for you i'm sure the Oracle will correct me. The issue is that the seat is set all the way back, so I am struggling to actually get under it too, as access from the front is severely limited due MG-Rover.org Forums > Model Specific Forums > MG ZT / Rover 75 (Sponsored by Rimmer Bros) > Rover 75 electric seat problem Reply Tweet LinkBack Thread Tools Rate Thread Display personally i'd remove the seat as its just four bolt and much easier to access the relays as they are bolted underneath the front of the seat with x2 8mm nuts. navigate here
It typically locks up once every couple of months or so, so the switch method resolves it quite effectively and with very little hassle. I have no handbook so no idea which fuse may have gone. Existing faults Both Doors driver's side wouldn't open with central locking(they will lock and superlock) Heated seats not working Cruise control not working Sticking passnger cupholder (but will open) Dashboard Gear The board administrator may also grant additional permissions to registered users.
Love the leather. Quote Postby dollysprint » Fri Feb 15, 2013 6:14 pm There is no means of manual adjustment on electric seats, let us know what model year you have as the wiring/relays Do you have a MK1 or the Facelift MK2 which has the service manual at rear of Owners Handbook?
p?t=107774http://www.the75andztclub.co.uk/forum/s ... The 75 should've been based on the 5 series for economies of scale at least, but BMW management clearly wouldn't let it happen. Devilish View Public Profile Send a private message to Devilish Find More Posts by Devilish 22nd February 2010, 09:09 #4 SD1too Doesn't do things by halves Rover 75 For example, it was always a complete mystery to me why Rover had to de-tune the diesel engine to be allowed to use it.
Quote Postby jedidan75 » Sun Feb 17, 2013 10:17 am How do I go about connecting up the 12v feed Dave? Exterior Interior Detailing General Technical For Sale and Wanted Cars and Parts Wanted! Yesterday 21:08 by Landfill 11 First attempt at bodywork Yesterday 20:24 by JT Dent Buyer's Resource Auto Loans Get Approved Today Warranty Extended warranty packages Vehicle History Get info on Auto LOCAL MEETS, EVENTS and CHAT Events Area Forums Was it you!?
They were not original to my car but I did wonder if all elec mem seats ahould be heated? p?t=108913http://www.the75andztclub.co.uk/forum/s ... Posted 26 Mar 2012, 19:10 #14 carlpenn Personal album Duncan wrote:Mmm. Dave T Thanks for the info.
a 30A for the driver seat. Theory from Rover was that something was spiking the CAN BUS to the seat ECU, unplugging it rebooted it. The heated seat supply wire is also used to switch the relay on to make the motors work. After discussing with them the options they removed the relkay and fitted a small switch on the offside as low as possible If/when the ecu locks up I just turn off
and it's a diesel doing 16mpg?! 21MPG actually Well no, 15mpg actually... “Previous owner had it for 6 years and got 15mpg” – I was commenting on the check over here connect up and operate switch if it goes the wrong way reverse the terminals and seat will then go the way you want. Options Quote message in reply? Took it to Evans Halshaw who eventually replaced the ecu (£400 worth!!).
Everything else appears to work ok. Ask a Mechanic for Answers ASAP Ask an Expert Car Questions UK Car Repair How JustAnswer Works: Ask an Expert Experts are full of valuable knowledge and are ready to help Top "A social community of enthusiasts, owners, appreciators and collectors. his comment is here the other ct tali neighbour, pictured yesterday.
But enjoy the vehicle, some will give you pertinent advice shortly. It was almost as if BMW made them design it to be whacky, gentrified and poorly engined, so there was absolutely no way it could ever challenge the 3 series. Join Date: Mar 2007 Location: Middlesex Posts: 13,007 Thanks: 514 Thanked 1,637 Times in 1,441 Posts Stephen, I don't know the history to this.
Submitted: 6 years ago. If the loom was chopped though by a numpty with the battery connected could it have done anything to this yellow relay. MikeJohn is offline Quote Quick Reply post #6 of 10 (permalink) Old 28-09-2010, 10:52 Thread Starter kdowson Registered User Join Date: Aug 2007 Car: Rover 75 Tourer Posts: 10 Today 01:49 by LUFC1992 2 Immobiliser Today 00:46 by david.anthony 0 So why a Rover of MG?
I checked the Handbook and the only seat related Fuses I could find where:F3 Memory Seats (5a)F19 Drivers Seat (30a)F21 Power Seats (30a)F25 Seat Heating (20a)The only one I assume that Note that passwords are case-sensitive. Welcome to the 75ZT Community forums. http://pagesetter.net/rover-75/rover-75-heater-blower-not-working.html huge thanks to Greeners & lowedb for the help.
If/when the ecu locks up I just turn off for 2 secs, wait and turn on again. going to the big black plug.Thanks Duncan. So you need ign on this before they work. you get 12v at the fuse for the consumer, but 0v at the consumerJACUSTOMER-3p7pi96s- : okBob : but first try the connectors under the seat, if this works again, then its
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Switching it on resets the ecu and the motors work as normal. The time now is 03:41. So I had a look under the seat and couldn't see anything obvious, as I am now fed up of this, I grabbed my Socket sets and whipped the seat out The blue plug is on the airbag system so wouldn't affect the seats fuse.
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