Hyundai Tucson: Ower Seat Motor

Hyundai Tucson - Fourth generation (NX4) - (2020-2023) - Workshop Manual / Body Electrical System / Seat Electrical / Ower Seat Motor

Component Location

  1. Lumber support motor
  2. Reclining motor
  3. Front height motor
  4. Slide motor
  5. Rear height motor
  6. Lumbar support switch
  7. Reclining switch
  8. Power seat switch


Ower Seat Motor

  1. Remove the front seat assembly.

    (Refer to Body - "Front Seat Assembly")

  1. Slide motor
  2. Rear height motor
  3. Front height motor
  4. Lumbar support motor
  5. Reclining motor

  1. When the battery power is supplied to the motor connector, check the motor for smooth operation.
  2. Reverse the connections and check that the motor turns in reverse.
  3. If there is an abnormality, replace the motors.

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