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There are two options here:
If you do not have the key for the fuses on the fuse boxes (i think the power seat fuse box is the one in the engine bay), you can get a tool from the parts store called a fuse tester, which is an inexpensive continuity tester that will tell you if a fuse is good or blown (this lets you identify the fuse without having to remove it), or you can log on to Autozone.com and register for a free account to get access to an online repair manual like a Chilton's guide by adding your vehicle to your "online garage". Either way will work, but the tool is very handy.