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Power seats do not work

Driver and passenger power seats do not work.
Is there a fuse? I don't see anything that relates to the power seats in either fuse box. Other things I'm thinking to check..is there a relay for them and were is it located? Any other suggestions?

1999 Blazer S10 LS model

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  • Anonymous Mar 14, 2014

    I have checked the fuses. didn't find any blown.is there anything else to check? my wife says it worked at the beginning of winter.

  • Anonymous Mar 24, 2014

    Ok here we go.... My front passenger seat doesn't work at all. My drivers seat just stopped working, I have a clicking sound coming from under the seat, it looks like a seat control box. I went a junk yard and replaced it with a used one and it is doing same thing. I seen on blogs where you can check Condition Control Module for corrosion. I found it in ccm. Does ccm have anything to do with seats??? Or am I missing something... Obvious, also looked at fuse 44 and it is good.

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IT HAS TO HAVE A POWER CORD COMING FROM THE SEAT UNDER THE BOTTOM OF THE SEAT TO MAKE IT WORK SEE IF IT IS PLUG UP

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