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Old 03-04-2007, 01:20 AM   #1
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Had my c6 for over a year now and recently I find that my driver seat have some problem with memory. It always worked fine until about a week ago. The seat will move back just fine when I leave my car however when I get in and start the engine, the steering wheel will move to the correct place, the seat will lower to the proper setting however it will not move forward to the pre-set position. I would have to move it myself. Then it will be fine for a while, then the problem will start again.

Has anyone else had this problem? Talked to the dealership however they don't think they can do anything unless they can see the problem happening when in the shop. The problem is that it does not happen often so it would be hard to repeat.
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I had the entire power seat and telescoping steering wheel stop working. It was a bad Memory Control Module in the seat. Your's may be going bad.
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I had the entire power seat and telescoping steering wheel stop working. It was a bad Memory Control Module in the seat. Your's may be going bad.

Does anyone know what module is the Memory Seat Module (MSM)?
There are two modules under my seat in my 2005 C6.
One black larger module with three plugs marked: GM P/N 15144164 Lear P/N L0020248AB '02
The other a smaller grey module with two plugs marked:
25737275
BCPX 4329
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239000-0190
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