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Q: Power seat not moving forward

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The power seat in my car will not move forward.

The seat switch would need to be checked for an open circuit to it’s power which is keeping the switch from not working properly in one direction or another. I recommend having a mechanic check the seat motor and diagnose it for you in order to check the switch make the necessary fixes.

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