Question about 2002 Lincoln Blackwood
If the seat is electric, you may have blown a fuse or switch - or worse yet, burnt the motor. The easiest way to check really is not easy without the proper tester ( they run about $100.00 or so). Check the fuse panel under the dash and under the hood, looking for burnt fuses. Use the panel cover for the location of the proper fuse. If neither is the problem, then you'll need to buy that high dollar tester ( it will have a red cable and a black cable coming out of it as well as a switch to activate).
This is not a beginner level job - getting professional help will keep you from ruining something vital - or burning up your car!!
Hope this helps!!
Posted on May 17, 2014
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