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Most of the time (90%) it the fuse. Check the fuse box under the hood and the other under the back seat. Check the owners manual to determine which fuse corresponds to the seat settings and which ones corresponds to the windows. There are also spare fuses supplied in the fuse box under the front hood - passenger side. You can use these spare fuses, just make sure the fuse number matches the one you are replacing. Use the white fuse removal clip to remove the fuse and check it under the light - if it appears that the fuse element is burned or broken then it has to be replaced. Hope this helps.
You will probably need that side mirror as the motor has failed. The motor in the mirror will control both directions, but sometimes loses the ability to control either up/down or in/out. Check the other side if it also doesn't adjust side to side I'd then suspect the mirror switch.
the fuse for the mirrors is in the fuse block inside the car on the left side of the dash-however the mirrors do not fold in with the switch,you fold them in with your hand-usually for storage(car cover)
Hi geofitzpat, I need a little more info. Do the switches on the passenger side work? Are the windows and door locks both inoperative ? How about a electric mirror control? Did the switch get wet ( as in rained on ) ? Is everything else OK?, starts good, headlights are bright? Let me know. Regards, P.