front seat will not go up or down just makes noise when you push switch

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Asked by Nov 10, 2013 at 11:01 PM about the 2002 Pontiac Grand Am GT Coupe

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

is this a switch relay or motor and where would it be located

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6,080

The gears are shot they are under the seat

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do I have to remove the seat or can this be done otherwise thank you for your quick response

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I sugest, let it alone, it is a macanism of a long bolt , normaly just the dealer sell this parts , other than that check the fuse if it is blown,good luck

6,080

Yes you have to remove the seat. I would go to your locale junk yard and see if you can find one its bolts to the frame of the seat. Elvic what are you talking about there is power to the seat it's a screw driven gear

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Yep, remove the seat from the car then remove the seat track assembly from the seat, that will be the part you will need from an auto wrecker.

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