Make sure the seat travel isn’t restricted or obstructed. If so, remove the obstruction and re-adjust the seat to the point where movement stopped, then press and hold the switch for at least 2 seconds to override the restriction.
If it’s not that, and you’re sure it’s not the fuse, I’d start by checking for a loose connection, starting with behind the fuse box. From there, ck continuity/voltage and grounds to the switches, and then from the switches to the motors. With multiple switches and servos running the seat adjustments, unless there was a reason for the entire circuit to get fried, it’s likely a loose wire/connection, and with a single source feeding the switches, behind the fuse box is a good starting point.
Hopefully you’ve still got some warranty remaining, and can let the dealership figure it out.
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Last edited by siriusblue; 05-14-2019 at 07:40 PM.