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My Driver side power Seat is not working...

I raised the base of the seat up with the controls and now it doesn't go back down or up. What wiring do I need to look at/replace to get this function to work again?

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

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One of three things did you higher the seat to clean under it if so you may have knoked one of the connectors off just a thought if this is not the case the next best bet is as simple as a fuse they are fused if you find that the fuses are ok then the other likley cause is a relay as these seats use low toruqe motors which use higher than normall current yates210456

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it is probably the motor that works the front only fix is to replace whole seat track.

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