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Can you release the back and lift it manually? This recline function is usually a manual function and the spring that assist in returning the seat back to the upright position can easily come off. If this is power assist, then you need to check your fuses, if they are good, then check the switches, if they are good the motor is at fault. If you are going to be checking switches you will need to do a lost of disassembly and reassembly so I recommend you get the Haynes repair manual on your vehicle from Auto Zone since it will have detailed instructions on how to do this.

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