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How do I replace the electric seat motor on a 2000 Lincoln Continental

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  • ryan mcghee May 11, 2010

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That is replaced with the seat track only. When you order it the parts dept. will ask if it has memory seats.

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power motor circuit

Start by removing & testing the switches

If modules are involved,then it will be beyond
your ability to diagnose ,without a trouble chart

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