Q: I have a 2010 Mustang. The eletric seat switch stopped working. The dealership said it will cost $1,475.00 to replace the motor, s

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My electric seat stopped working completely. I took it to the dealer. They estimated it would cost $1,500.00 for the motors and electrical components! It is on the driver seat. Is this out of control? Thanks!!!

My car has 61000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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