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I have a 1999 mountaineer and none of the power seats work. I have looked at the book and do not see a fuse for this. Am I missing it or is this not a fuse problem.

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Check Fuse #18 - 25A on the Fuse Box located on drivers side, under dash. If your vehicle has Memory Seat, check also Fuses #1, 28 and 36 all 7.5A on same Fuse Box.
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Get in the fuse box and look for a metal cased fuse this acts like a heat resistor as it gets hot cuts power off and when cools returns to on there has to be two of them at least one for the power windows and one for the seats hope this gives the help you need but please let me know i'll be happy to assist you if you need it thank you for your time.

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In the fuse box located on the drivers side of the dashboard, you want to check fuse 18 - it is a 25 amp fuse for running the power seats and also the auto-lock relays if I remember correctly.

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