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Recently it has become more and more difficult to move the power seat forwards and back using the switch. Had to press down firmly then slide forward or backwards, now power seat has completely stopped. Is it possibly a fuse or maybe a switch?

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Is the other side power? if it works than its not a fuse it could be the switch, if not that it sounds like the power seat motor

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