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Automatic seats will not adjust (which fuse is it?)

The automatic seat adjuster stop working. I think it is a fuse but I do not know which one it is.

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If it is just the automatic function check fuses no 3 (7.5 amp) and 109 (30 amp) in the central fuse panel (one inside the vehicle)

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