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2003 Honda Accord sedan - passenger seat does not recline

I have a similar problem. I own a 2003 Honda Accord Sedan. The front passenger seat does not recline, but I can move it forward or back (both these are automated and not manual). Any ideas on how I can troubleshoot and fix this problem? Please advise.

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You have to check the power to the recliner motor. If there is power, then replace the motor.

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