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SOURCE: power seat control not working to move seat back.

that is easy find the motor under the seat that moves the seat back and forth take and neg wire and a hot wire carefully touch the twoo prongs going to the motor after diconnecting the plug going into the motor. it sould go forward one way and croos the wires to get it to go the other way if this works get a new switch and have a working seat.

Posted on Jul 01, 2010

SOURCE: 1997 olds silhouette drivers side

either the seat motors out or the seat relays bad check to see if you have power to your motors if so then the motor is defective if not then find the relays and fuse

Posted on May 11, 2011

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SOURCE: I have 2003 Toyota Camry

I'm sure you might have thought of this, but double check to see if something is jammed under the seat keeping it from moving back and forth. Move the set up as high as it will go, and look with a flashlight especially at the tracks. As to repairing it, you are going to pay time and materials for repairs at a body shop, and if the motor is burned out, that is going to run around $100 to $130 unless you attempt to locate one in a junkyard (nto likely since it is still a fairly newer vehicle). Removing and installing the new motor will require removing the seat, so I wouldn't be surprised if the total was $250-$300 or more. If it were mine, I'd carefully check the connections to the motor, the harness, and the seat tracks for obstructions.

Posted on Jul 07, 2011

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SOURCE: power driver seat won't move

The seat is controlled by a circuit breaker. Refer to your owners manual for location.

Posted on Jul 29, 2011

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