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How do you fix the electrix seat on a 96 Chevy blazer?


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2006-09-23 04:46:06
2006-09-23 04:46:06

there is a relay in the fuse box. i believe it is the top one, take it out and get it checked to make sure it is good, that is a good place to start pin pointing the problem.


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