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Power driver seat is not moving. The support bar broke and it cause the seat to lay on two wires and ground out. My battery kept dying so my husband decided to replace the the whole power seat track and motors from a salvage yard. You can't the motor but you can hear the some clicking niose. He seems to think it may be some kind of relay or fuse. If so, where can those fuses or relays be found? Thanks for any suggestion! Mrs Trailblazer Lover!

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There is a fuse box underhood on left side of fender use a test light and check all fuses there is also a fuse box under left rear seat sounds like a blown fuse. but if you hear it clicking may be a bad motor from salvage yard

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