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Jeep grand cherokee power seats

I have a 2000 Jeep grand cherokee the c2 fuse is good. The problem is that neither front seats are working. Is it possible that both front seats went bad at the same time????

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Try hitting the seat motor with a small hammer while you move the seat switch.

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