Check the wiring, under the seat. There was a recall on this.
The track cuts the wire in two. I had to rewire mine.
Check the fuses under the dash and there is another fuse box under the Hood next to you battery.........
Yeah my powerseat doesn't work either! hasn't since I bought the car, just been too lazy to research why... so which is it.. is the fuse under the dash or under the hood? The manual doesn't show a fuse for the seat in the fuse list.
Couple other possibities. I had lost so much change out of my packets that it got in the way once and stopped the seat (wait I think that was on another car, not sure...usless mumbling). Then another time the switch went bad on the side of the seat. I was able to take it apart and fix it but if it hadn't happened on a Sunday I probably would have just bought a new one. I KNOW this happened...really!
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