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How do you know it's the
module ? It is located on the bottom of the driver seat .
Memory Seat Control Module Replacement
Raise the seat to the full upright position.
Unsnap the front track cover from the seat by sliding forward.
Remove the 2 front screws from the memory seat module bracket.
Remove the front seat anchor bolts from the rear of the seat tracks.
Raise and support the rear of the seat assembly.
Disconnect the electrical connector.
Remove the 2 rear fasteners from the bracket.
Remove the memory seat module (1) and the bracket.
The fly wheel may be cracked this needs to be inspected the bolts may be loose or may have come out to inspect raise up the vehicle remove inspection cover and look or take it to a garage and have them show you the solution to your issue
this is not uncommon and the test is very simple. The seat motor often fails in this vehicle and the simplest test is this: (1)raise the front of the seat as much as possible, (2)tap on the motor housing while holding the seat slide button (seat motor you need is the one easiest to reach in the front/bottom of the seat). If this resolves your problem what you need is a seat motor. Unfortunately these are often only available with a complete seat base system, so if this is the resolution you may want to search salvage yards, this piece can be easily replaced by itself.