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Electric drivers seat stuck all the way back

2000 xlt how can i get the seat to go forward. the switch is good and the motor is getting power its just dead it goes up down and back but not forward. any place you can think of that i can get a motor?
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Seat stuck.

How do you know the switch is good?

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How do you know the switch is good?

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come to think of it im not sure if the switch is good i figured since it went all the other ways i was alright. looks like im gonna star with a switch and work from there....thanks
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Having the same issue, Did you ever figure this one out?

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Easy way to determine if the switch is bad is to go to a local autozone and ask if you can test out the switch with the new one in the parking lot. If the switch is the problem and they're asking stealership price, say thanks and order one from ebay for like $20. Mine did the same thing but wouldn't go back.

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Autozone has Ford power seat switches and lets you test out electrical parts ?


boy if they are that cool i certainly would not F them and run to ebay for the purchase



nothing like raping a brick and mortar store for help and showing the love to an online seller who did nothing for you


Me I just use a multi meter to test and no one gets screwed

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Autozone has Ford power seat switches and lets you test out electrical parts ?


boy if they are that cool i certainly would not F them and run to ebay for the purchase



nothing like raping a brick and mortar store for help and showing the love to an online seller who did nothing for you


Me I just use a multi meter to test and no one gets screwed
Its not like Autozone is a mom and pop shop, they're a corporation. Not to mention a basic switch is about $100+ from them compared to say $20 online, either way i'd rather test it out and make sure it's the problem vs. ordering it and dealing with shipping just for it not to be the problem. So really who is ripping who off. Not like the guy behind the counter is making a commission on it either. I'd rather have the money in my pocket, just saying.

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Dunno what's worse. My seat is stuck all the way forward.

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