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2000 Blazer power seats

We replaced the engine because who we bought it from, she blew the head gasket. The power seats were working just fine before my son replaced the engine. Now when you move the switch, you get nothing. I noticed the auto lock on the drivers side doesn't lock any of the other 3 doors but they all work fine. You have to manually lock the drivers door. However, the passenger seat doesn't move either. Don't know if these are all related. What would changing the engine have to do with the power seats. Just curious.

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I dont thing there is something to do with the power seats when you blew an engine, plus the power locks too.

im thingking, when you put the engine, a lot of wires and fuse boxes are in the engine compartment, you could probably disconnect some wire that are on the way on changing the engine and forgot to put the wires back together.

that is the only thing i could think of..

i hope i answered your questions...

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