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I'm not sure how the power seats work in mustangs, but in my 99 Z-71 there was a cable that would get off track and cause the seat from moving. You could hear the motor running but it would not move. Anyway i put the cable back on track and it was fine.
Clarification: I use to own the truck. But when i sold my nova and bought a mustang, i also sold the truck and bought and bought an old F-250. I busted the gears twice in the chevy and couldn't figure out why. I'm talking just normal driving and they broke twice. I could be at a red light fully stopped and the truck would lurge forward so violently that i would look in my rear view thinking someone had hit me. I finally saw the problem when i put a lift kit on it. The crossmember that tied the frame up front had hit a stump hard. It looked like a perfect U, so the truck was like alway's in a bind.Never noticed it untill i had to pull the skid plate off. I told a mechanic what was wrong with it and sold it for lowbook value. WOOOOHOOOOO
The guy I work with had the same problem on his 94, he just went to the yard and got a manual seat bracket. If you pick up the brackets for the seat, getting the motor out in one piece isn't really an issue anymore.
bolt on cammed 5.0 with 125 shot.
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