Q: Both front power seats not working.

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Both front power seats stopped working. I was vacuuming the car out withe the driver's side seat in the forward position, and now I can't even get in the car.

The fuse must of blew when you moved the seat up. The seat motor may of shorted a wire and blew the fuse. You will need to have the system checked by a mechanic to find out why the fuse blew and replace parts as necessary.

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