02 trailblazer ignition wiring diagram - There's five vdc across the orange and black coming from c4 measured at the manual manipulate switches on the aspect of the driving force seat. I'm able to't locate an output termination for the purple/white comong out of c3. I find it popping out of the modules and going right into a bndle with three plugs at the cease, none show a purple white. I checked the whole lot then realized i had the auto doorways open for numerous hours. I used to be capable of jumpstart and will recheck for contemporary on the orange wires (cord 3640 and 2740?) With the engine running in the morning. Is at 7 oclock and is gray. On the module that i've (p/n19115995) c4 (gray) does not have a red/wht energy twine (5v). It has an orange wire. C3 (blue) has a red/wht.
With strength at the module the seat does not anything. Not one of the motion or heater controls respond. I'm able to ring out the transfer circuits. Are they no or nc switches? I checked the poles on the seat function switch and that they seem to be nc and that they move open while actuated. With the seat removed i tried to examine voltage at every orange wire within the woman side of connector. No voltage gift. Turned ignition key to acc role check that passenger seat nonetheless labored and become getting electricity. Not anything . . . The switches are typically open and near when activated. At the seat module connector c4 take a look at each of the wires for energy whilst an appropriate switch is activated. There must be power out to the activate the purple/white cord at terminal b5.
12vdc at at conductor j1 plug on dsm.12vdc degree from middle pin (c1?) ( 14ga? Heavy black wire) to each a (18 ga?Light orange cord) and c1 (14 ga? Heavy orange twine). I count on heavy gauge again twine is c1. I don't assume the shade scheme is important. It looks like it's far switched among c3 and c4 on mine as opposed to the diagram. C4 continues to be related to the manual manage switches ans i expect c3 is attached to the placement restrict sensors.