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My "new" ford, a 2000 mustang convertible, has seat motor issues. Any ideas on what I need to do? (Specifics: none of the seat buttons work, no sound from seat motor, drivers side)

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First check the fuse(s). Make sure you look carefully in the owner's manual, as some of those random items have multiple fuses and share fuses w/ other components... so make sure you check all applicable fuses.
If the fuses are all good, then you'll probably have to replace either the switch(es) or the motor... the major problem being that you usually cannot return electrical parts that are not actually defective, so trying one and then the other could be more expensive than just taking it to a shop and saying "doesn't work, fix it". Ditto for if it turns out to be an electrical wiring problem/short.

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On the seat bottom left and right of center there's a release clip. (see photo) Carefully push the release with a flat screw driver and pull up doing one side at a time.
Once the seat bottom is removed there's 2 bolts holding the seat back in place, remove the bolts and lift the seat back straiting up.


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