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Old 10-11-1999, 01:59 AM
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My front passenger seat on my 126 is fronzen in posion
when the swith is engaged all i hear is the moter whine
currently it is stuk all the way up front
is there any way to manualy move it back so ppl can at least sit?
also my front passenger window died
when the switch is engaged i hear a faint tick butnothing happns
any suggestions?
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Old 10-11-1999, 10:03 PM
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It sounds as though both are trying to work. In other words the electrical portions are in good working order. The seat will have to be taken out and repaired from the bottom. The cable is probably the problem. The window motor is likely stuck or the regulator is jammed. In either case the door panel will have to come off.

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