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Help Please electrical or fuse problem 90 Cherokee

Hi I have a 1991 Jeep Limited with Dual Power seats. I have tested the wires to the seats and Im not getting any power. Does anyone know if there are any fusable links. I didnt see anything in the fuse box under the dash for the seats. Is there any fuses in the engine compartment or am I missing something. Any help will be greatly appreciated Sincerely I have a 2006 Jeep liberty and same as the others both seats stopped working. Doesn't look like a fuse but I did check them at night.

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Try looking under the hood for a Maxi fuse

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