# The circuit breaker at a power seat motor continuously trips: Technician A says that this could be caused by a seat track problem that is causing mechanical resistance. Technician B says that this could be caused by corrosion at the motor, which is causing electrical resistance. Who is correct? Technician A Technician B Both A and B Neither A nor B

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### Automotive Technology

7th Edition
ERJAVEC + 1 other
Publisher: Cengage,
ISBN: 9781337794213

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### Automotive Technology

7th Edition
ERJAVEC + 1 other
Publisher: Cengage,
ISBN: 9781337794213
Chapter 23, Problem 7ASRQ
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## The circuit breaker at a power seat motor continuously trips: Technician A says that this could be caused by a seat track problem that is causing mechanical resistance. Technician B says that this could be caused by corrosion at the motor, which is causing electrical resistance. Who is correct? Technician A Technician BBoth A and BNeither A nor B

To determine

The circuit breaker at a power seat motor continuously trips: Technician A Says that this could be caused by a seat track problem that is causing mechanical resistance. Technician B says that this could be caused by corrosion at the motor, which is causing electrical resistance. Who is correct?

1. Technician A.
2. Technician B.
3. Both A and B.
4. Neither A nor B.

### Explanation of Solution

Given Information:

Circuit breaker at a power seat.

Circuit breaker trips reasons:

1. If the electrical circuit has overloaded. In this the excess current flows.
2. If there is a short circuit...

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