The motor runs, like most doors, it uses a mechanical or electrical means of cutting off power, when it's limit of necessity is reached, in boyh directions.
If you mean, it moves slightly back and forth because of the forces of inertia from stopping qand accelerating, tell me. If you have some specioal setup that has something called a seat brake, tell me.
I used to take the 4 bolts out that hold the whole seat in and remove it and lay it upside down on a clean cardboard, then using the switch and wires(jumpers necc. But not always) move ity to see what was wrong. It was usually the motor and driven strip or other gears. If you need help tell me. At most you will need to remove the seat f4rom underneath(seat uses studs and nuts). I think they were 13's 0r 15 mm. Deep. For stud type. Ok
Saturday, October 17th, 2009 AT 11:34 AM