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OT need a wiring diagram for a 97 ford explorer

Sorry for the off topic..
Our second vehicle is a ford explorer 1997 with power seats. My wife went to leave for work yesterday and when she tried to move the seat forward it would not even try to move. when I tried to run down the problem, the seats are not listed in the fuse panel. I have a Hays manual which I have found to be of absolutely no use every time I try to use it. anyone have a wiring diagram that shows where it is fused and how the wires run in the seat??

97 TJ 31's and mostly stock but seeing what I can do about that..
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Re: OT need a wiring diagram for a 97 ford explorer

I can probably get you what you need. Drop me an E-mail with all the info on your vehicle and we can talk about it.

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