DB9 Top Gear Track
AO Silver Member
Join Date: Jan 2007
Location: United Kingdom
County: East Sussex
The seats don't come on their own they have to be turned on, there's a switch (un)conveniently located in plastic base under the knob you turn to adjust the seat backrest angle.
The switch should light up when pressed (although hard to see in broad daylight), this will tell you if power's getting to the seat. The switches have a habit of melting if left on for too long, especially the passenger switch as passengers turn it on and forget to turn it off... I don't tell passengers the switch is there and, as I've mentioned before, with the postion it's in they're hardly likely to fnd it.
All the best
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