This is normally one of a couple things. It could be a switch issue, wiring issue, or the motor has failed.
Normally this is the motor. I would suggest going to the motor, and testing for power on the green wire when pressure the switch in the forward direction so that it would raise the seat back.
If you have voltage then the switch and wiring is fine and the motor needs replaced. If you have no voltage then we need to go to the switch and see if it is coming out of the switch. If you have it coming out of the switch then it is a wiring issue. If nothing coming out of the switch then the switch is the issue.
If you prove out the motor is okay, you can get the seat up by just jumping voltage to the green wire and grounding the blue wire and it should raise the seat back.
Let me know if you have questions. Thanks
Wednesday, August 12th, 2020 AT 12:41 PM