Power seats, power windows and power door locks are not fused. They would have a relay and or a circuit breaker. It should be in your owners manual.
Could be that your alternator is not working so you only have the power of your battery keeping you going for 1 hour.
sounds like a blown fuse. chec under hood and under dash fuses.
what would cause a 150cc scooter to lose power?
They would fit, just getting them to work is the challenge.
Possibly a short in a wire in the motor which is most likely under the drive seat?
* Blown Fuse * Defective Switch (switches do wear out eventually) * Wiring possibly got pinched or severed
Broken rotor button.
Is your transmission fluid full?
the most likely cause of that would be the power steering pump failing.
Where on your body they cause discomfort would include the lower back and the tail bone. Where they exist would include planes, wooden benches, some church pews and any other hard, uncushioned seats.
CHECK BOTH FUSE BOXES, ONE IS UNDER THE HOOD ( FUSE AND RELAYS ) THE OTHER IS AT THE DRIVERS DOOR IN THE SIDE OF THE DASH
No, as being a master mechanic, it would have nothing to do with it.
The cars makes squeaking sounds when your mother sits down on the seats!
Check the fuses in the power distribution block (under the hood)
NO it would not.
I would suspect a blown fuse, since it is just a few items not working.
Not enough horse power or in the wrong gear.
Loss of power when accelerating can be caused by a number of things. A leak in the fuel line or even a bad alternator can cause this.
Some aircraft have power stations in the passenger seats ( a plug in) but you would have to bring your own charger.
A single cab has a bench seat, so that would be 1. An extended cab would have 2 buckets seats and in the back would be 2 fold down seats. If you really want to call them seats
Could be the timing is a little fast.