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Old 12-04-2012, 10:17 AM
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Maybe you could pull the fuse for the seat before you drop the car for service if no other important accessories are on the same circuit. Just replace the fuse when you pick up the car. The techs only need to drive the car a few hundred yards so they should be able to adapt.
Wow, this is getting intricate, hahaha! ~raises hand~ Has anybody ever considered...asking?
Just ask them if they can avoid moving the seat while servicing your car. Is it really THAT big of a request? I mean they're not robots, hahaha. You don't have to start pulling fuses or breaking off buttons to confound their robot brains. Converse with them!
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Working at dealerships as a tech for years, I tried not to move anyones seat or mirrow adjustments unless I really couldnt drive the car safely. On many RO's (repair orders) it was sometimes typed on the very first line: Customer requests that seat and mirrors not be adjusted. So, I didnt move them and drove it the best I could.I worked on several handicapped equipped vehicles where it was hand controls and very awkward seating. Just out of plain decency I wouldnt even think of touching those controls. And if a car was that much of a challenge to drive, I would ask the Service manager to drive it in and out for me.
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They are service techs, so might fix the fuse and charge you for it.
Put a note in the fuse box saying not to install the fuse! Simple.
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Wow. Never thought about it. My wife changes the seat when she drives, and usually it means whatever car I get in after her, if I'm not careful I nearly rip my kneecaps off getting in.
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Put a note in the fuse box saying not to install the fuse! Simple.
How about you just put a note on the seat controls then! I mean really, this whole thing is ridiculous.


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Maybe you could pull the fuse for the seat before you drop the car for service if no other important accessories are on the same circuit. Just replace the fuse when you pick up the car. The techs only need to drive the car a few hundred yards so they should be able to adapt.
I would not recommend this as the power seat circuit breaker also powers up the instrument cluster.
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