Question about 2003 Ford Explorer
I would hope on a 2003 vehicle, you still have the
If you got it used- the manual is on the internet
I would not expect replacing any fuses-- will ever fix much
First lets look at the fuses you choose to remove
Look at it & test it,they cost money,so don't replace
a good one, for no reason
You said SEATS correct?
You have no problem or info shown for the question
At least you have a vehicle,year,make & model
No one coming here has that or anything at all to even guess
Once we have the problem, you check all vehicle fuses
that pertain to the seats
We have no info here for you
Next you may have to use a professional scan tool to look
at the seat module data & refer to factory trouble charts
So you see where your question brought you to
Not likely you can fix it yourself
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