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Front power seat on 2005 gmc denali doesn't raise or lower

Seat won't raise or lower or tilt.

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Check fuses.
Then look under the seat to make sure there are not any dis-connected plugs, things get shoved under seats and plugs get disconnected.
If you can tell what wires are for the seat, you can unplug them and use a 12V test light to tell if you are getting power to the seat motors. (this would tell you if the motors are good, if you are getting power to them)

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