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it is not a fuse, it is a circuit breaker in the fuse box, which i believe is under the hood on that car, i would check for bare or shorted wires behind the stereo before doing anything with the power seat.
locate the fuse box under driver side instrument panel,use a test light hook clip to ground and probe each side of each fuse test light should light when you touch or probe top both side of fuse test light should light.if one side dont light fuse blowed both sides light fuse good.also use test light see if power at the switch if yes problem in the seat motor lower mechanism.
Easiest way to do that is grab your owners manual. There are two fuse boxes in that car. One under the hood on the left side, same area as your battery charge terminal, and the other is under the back seat, with the battery. There are fuse charts in the owners manual. Just look for fuses and relays that relate to the doors, locks, and windows. Pull them and check. If you arent sure, just replace it with a new one, fuses are inexpensive!!! Take care :-)
Go onto scribd.com and register (for free) and type in mercedes 300 e and look at the 2nd one in line. Yours is a 124 body and the owner's manual is labeled 200, 230, 260, 300. On page 86 it has a list of fuses and their location. I hope this helps. I've worked on Mercedes for years and I know how hard it can be to retrieve info on these cars. Let me know if you need anything else.
You should look into the fuse box, you would find the fuse label on the fuse cover,then you would know how which one to change. If the fuse label is wiped off, you can buy a fuse tester and test all of your fuse, then replace the bad ones. make sure you replce it with same kind, and same number. If you cant afford a fuse tester which is not more than $5.00, you can take one fuse off at a time, and see if it has a cut, if it does, then you need it replaced. that wld solve your problem, and even solve the ones you dont know of.
Under the dash... in the duct work for the vents... you will see a coonector that goes to the side of the duct work... and a part held on by two or three screws... that is the resister block... remove it and replace it