Question about 1991 Buick LeSabre
First you'll need to determine if the fuse and / or relay is good. If so, then check the seat switch by ' hotwiring ' ( running a positive wire from the battery to the positive side of the switch ) . if the hotwire worked, your switch is bad - if not then you may have a bad seat motor or corroded connection. You may need to remove the seat from the vehicle to further test connections and / or run your hotwire to the positive side of the motor, which may be difficult at best. I'd check the fuses first, then relay, the call your local shop since everything else can get complicated.
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