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Help, No Power to power seats

Hi, the power seats don't seem to be working at all. Both sides. Has this happened to anyone else. How do I fix it!


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  • Anonymous Feb 06, 2009

    Pwr at fuse box but no pwr at seat switches.



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Latest Jeep models have had major problems, the power seats I have heard there has been a few problems with the motor under the seat working not properly due to the cheap material stored in creating the motor and all the other parts. I have recently drove several jeeps the liberty and grand cherokee and it seems like either the motor or one of the wires needs to be replaced which could have been teared or weared out or was simply not placed when manufactured. there has been a lot of recalls on most the jeep cars.

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