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Looking for some advice. As the title states, I have been suspecting a battery drain. Did a scan and I came up with a

B1825-06 - Driver seat Recline position sensor circuit - Low voltage/Open

So I am wondering if the Memory Seat Module took a shit or if I have a pinched wire somewhere. The reason why I suspect the latter is that a couple years ago the dealer took out my driver seat to repair the rocking issue that is common for the car.

Do I need to remove the seat to get at the MSM or can I get to it without it?

Appreciate any insight.
 

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I think you are exactly right.
There was a thread a month or two ago that had pictures of the harness.
You don’t daily the V anymore, do you?
Do you use the egress button, or does the seat never move forward/back?


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I think you are exactly right.
There was a thread a month or two ago that had pictures of the harness.
You don’t daily the V anymore, do you?
Do you use the egress button, or does the seat never move forward/back?


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I don't daily it, but I do start it up and drive it every couple of days or so, weather permitting.

I don't use the seat egress, but I do have the auto tilt/retract activated and that seems to be working fine. Occasionally it'll lag on the retract when I open the door, but after a second or two it'll retract. Not sure if that's related or if that's just the system being slow. Reason why I say that is occasionally when I start the car, the nav screen is delayed a second or two before it rises. I chalked it up to the crappy infotainment system, like when it lags for me to pick up or disconnect a call.
 
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