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How to fix my power seat?


a guy is coming to buy my car on saturday and i need to know how to fix the power seat and the windows. the drivers window works but it doesnt go down on its own. it makes a knocking sound like its trying to go down. also, the rear quarter window doesnt go down at all but i hear a clicking noise when i hit the switch. and last, the power seat doesnt work. i found a blown 25 amp fuse in the engine bay fuse box, but no others were blown. is there a fuse that is linked to the seat working? thanks.
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Ya there is a fuse to the internal lights clock and seat. Im pretty sure you found it.
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i've gone through all of my fuses and my power seat still doesn't work

i remember reading somewhere that there was a recall on the power seat motor because they had a tendency to fry and catch the seat on fire. am i crazy?
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fu i dont think you're crazy. it seems that every electrical piece on mustangs has had some kind of recall or is notorious for frying itself. haha. ive had trouble with my windows, seat, and several other electrical parts of all three mustangs i've had. if it aint the fuse im just gonna get a new switch for the seat.
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fu, The fuse is in the fuse box under the hood. Incase you were just looking under the dash.
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I figured that out when I replaced the fuse for my power outlet. Thanks though ^^

check this out:
Service - Recalls

the last one says something about the seats
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