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1994 crown vic, power seat, goes up down in front part of seat, not back part of seat, and not does not go forward or back, which it used to, if you gave it a few shakey shake push pulls as you hit the switch...

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    wah

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If you are saying it works if you fool with control switch the the switch assy is at fault, if that is not the case you will need a new seat transmission assy, it is a fairly invovled job to replace either of these parts, the trans is about a 2 hour job, I would try to locate a used part, there are lots of them out there in wrecking yards, 94 Vic's were produced in large numbers.

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You need to change seat motor and switch should come together

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