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the common cause with xtype diesel poor perfomance is the hose going to the intercooler behind the front bumper liner. has come adrift because the hose clip has corroded away cos it sits in a foam sealer which retaines water. remove lower bumper undertray locate hose on rhs as looking towards front you will see the problem throw away the foam seal refit hose with new hose clip if thats not the prob check that hose for damage cos it sounds like you have a air leak in the induction system after the tubocharger
the battery is in the boot/trunk on the rh side under boot trim,,if you cant open trunk with the button or remote use the key in the slot in the boot finisher. that is more than likely siezed cos nobody ever uses it, try a lube spray in the key slot if you cant gain access. if you need to jump start and can not get in the trunk i think the main battery terminal comes to the rh front under bonnet on rh drive cars near brake servo/ master cylinder, you can power it up from jump battery from that point,
Most probably you have a problem with the motor in charge of that function. If the seat goes front and back , that means that electrical is fine and you need to check one of two things :
1- Check the motor
2- check the Electrical Module for that seat
Check for obstructions (sorry-have to start here) 1) get to a very quiet place 2) trigger the switch to move the seat 2.a) if you hear an electronic single click, the motor is probably burned out 2.b) if you do not hear the click check the fuses 2.b.1) if not fuse, take to dealer for inspection diagnosis...this should be done free of charge