Question about Subaru Outback
I would advise checking all wiring harnesses under seat make shur there all plugged in if they are you got 1 of 2 problems first the switch could have worn out replacing that switch will fix that. two you need a new motor. i would start with the switch as it is easiest faster and the most common problem with all power seats!! good luck hope this helps
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