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There is a fuse in the trunk, it is located in a fuse panel located on the driver side on the brace that the back seat is resting on. Take off the grey cover in the back of the trunk,and look on the left upper side. Happened to me once, I think it is marked IP anyway its the instrument cluster fuse, its a simple fix, all the trouble is getting to it. While you are there make a mental note of what else the fuse panel controls
it is not a fuse, it is a circuit breaker in the fuse box, which i believe is under the hood on that car, i would check for bare or shorted wires behind the stereo before doing anything with the power seat.
I have a DeVille also, so if I had the siezed problem I would get a can of Blaster from Auto Zone and give it a good squirt then work with it. After getting it open spray Lock Wrench Silicone spray into it, because it did happen to me from lack of using the darn key.
let me assume u have not checked the fuses, meaning in al places the fuses are!, try,under the hood,under the dash and behind the panel behind the rear seat in the trunk, look in your owners manual for these locations and the particular fuse u have trouble with. good luck,hope we helped!
This is how I fixed it, I took the plastic cover off the fuse box under the hood and found a "maxi fuse" was out and replaced it. I was suprised that a fuse could kill all electrical on the car while driving it. How scary is that?