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Passenger side seat mechanism is fully forward and will not move to rear when slide switch is activated,motor is ok and drive shafts from motor ok. what can i do to fix problem

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Sometimes coins or other items get stuck in the track. Might have to remove the seat and try to free the track. If all looks ok, unbolt both motors and move to a more desirable position.

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