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Were are the relay or for passenger side seat electrical control buttons

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There are a few different fuses and relays related to the passenger seat/ The below are the relating and attached is a picture of the fuse locations


108 30A** Passenger seat motor switch
118 30A** Driver and passenger climate
control seat module

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