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Jeep cherokee power seats

Colorado flood water drowned my Cherokee, which is now running better than ever, but my power seats are still not operating. All circuits have been checked, my best guess is the electric motors went bad. I would like to replace the seats (they smell like the flood water), but replacement seats do not seem to come with the mechanical device to move them forward/backward. Any ideas?

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Check power at motor if no power check the switch on the seat

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Try hitting the seat motor with a small hammer while you move the seat switch.

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Try hitting the seat motor lightly with a small hammer while operating the switch.

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Replacement parts and labor could run $200 + from the dealer.. Yes, a replacement switch can be obtained from a salvage yard, BUT NOT from an auto parts store. It is not difficult to remove old switch and replace

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