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Jeep Grand Cherokee passenger power seat quit working

Drivers side still works. Replaced switch, didn't work. Ran a hot wire from battery to one of the motors and it works so is there a separate fuse for the passenger side power seat that isn't in the fuse manual? What else can I look for?

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  • seyenmeup Apr 20, 2009

    found out the problem...the wire delivering the juice under the seat and under the carpet beyond the 2 harnesses as you mentioned had corroded in a place where it looks like a previous attempt at fixing the wire had been made...had to be from the factory because there is no way this could have been damaged by a passenger in the location it was in. Thanks for your response!

  • Richard Scordino May 11, 2010

    No, but if you have already looked at the harness connector, Ill bet there is another connector under the dash as well.

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No problem...That's what it's all about...small victories every day...
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