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I need to find the fuse for the driver seat in a 2001 C 320 merce

My driver seat mcontrol module will not shut off when the car is nots on and the battery is being drained

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They usually have a circuit breaker, which is also in your fuse box, but you are probably wiser to find the plug-in for your seat, because fuses and breakers often control more than one thing. Trace the wires back from your seat until you find a connection, and unplug it.

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