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Kia Sportage: Components and Components Location | Power Seat Motor | Power Seat Control Switch | Seat Heater Switch

Kia Sportage Third generation (SL) - (2011-2016) - Service and Repair Manual / Body Electrical System / Seat Electrical / Components and Components Location | Power Seat Motor | Power Seat Control Switch | Seat Heater Switch

 Component Location

  1. Slide motor

  2. Rear height motor

  3. Reclining motor

  4. Power seat switch

  5. Reclining switch

  6. Lumbar support motor

Power Seat Motor

Repair procedures

 Inspection

Power Seat Motor

1. Remove the front seat.

(Refer to BD group - "Front seat")

2. Disconnect the connectors for each motor.

3. With the battery connected directly to the motor terminals, check if the

3. With the battery connected directly to the motor terminals, check if the motors run smoothly.

4. Reverse the connections and check that the motor turns in reverse.

4. Reverse the connections and check that the motor turns in reverse.

5. If there is an abnormality, replace the motors.

Power Seat Control Switch

Repair procedures

 Inspection

1. With the power seat switch in each position, make sure that continuity exists between the terminals below. If continuity is not as specified, replace the power seat switch.

Removal

Removal

1. Disconnect the negative (-) battery terminal.

2. Remove the power seat recliner cover.

(Refer to the BD group - "Front seat")

—. Remove the power seat control switch (A).

Installation

Installation

1. Install the power seat control switch after connecting the connector.

2. Install the recliner cover and front power seat.

Seat Heater Switch

Repair procedures

 Inspection

Driver / Assist seat

1. Disconnect the negative (-) battery terminal.

2. Remove the gear knob. Remove the floor console upper cover (A) using the appropriate tool.

(Refer to BD group - "Console")

3. Remove the floor console tray (A).

3. Remove the floor console tray (A).

NOTE

NOTE

Take care not to damage the hook when removing the switch.

4. Disconnect the driver / assist seat heater switch connector.

Driver [Heater]

Driver [Heater]

  1. IGN 1
  2. Ground
  3. Driver seat heater (Low)
  4. Driver seat heater (High)
  5. Indicator
  6. Illumination (+)
  7. Illumination (-)
  8. IGN 2
  9. -
  10. -

Driver [Ventilation + Heater]

  1. Heater IND (High)
  2. Battery
  3. Illumination (+)
  4. Illumination (-)
  5. Ventilation IND (High)
  6. Ventilation IND (Low)
  7. Heater mode
  8. Heater IND (Low)
  9. -
  10. -
  11. -
  12. Ventilation mode

Assist [Heater]

  1. IGN 1
  2. Ground
  3. Assist seat heater (Low)
  4. Assist seat heater (High)
  5. Indicator
  6. Illumination (+)
  7. Illumination (-)
  8. IGN 2
  9. -
  10. -

5. Operate each seat heater switch and check that continuity exists between the terminals.

[Heater]

Driver [Ventilation + Heater]

Driver [Ventilation + Heater]

Driver [Ventilation + Heater]

Driver [Ventilation + Heater]

6. Inspect the switch pin. If needed, replace the seat heater switch (A)

6. Inspect the switch pin. If needed, replace the seat heater switch (A) after loosening the screws (3EA).

Rear Seat Heater Switch

Rear Seat Heater Switch

1. Disconnect the negative (-) battery terminal.

2. Remove the power window switch from the rear door trim.

(Refer to BE group - "Power window switch")

  1. Indicator (+)
  2. Indicator (-)
  3. IGN2
  4. Heater (+)
  5. Illumination (-)
  6. Illumination (+)

3. Inspect the switch pin. If needed, replace the seat heater switch.

Seat Heater

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