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.sorry for the delay.............Greetings...... “Hi, I’m Don (akaCustomer and I look forward to helping you!”.This is typically caused from a bad Seat Motor or a stuck Door Lock ActuatorIF the Fuse is heating up & you have NOT used the Seat Control or the Door Locks, then you have a Motor, Switch or Actuator stuck & not turning off.
This is only if you do NOT have any Aftermarket Equipment connected to that Circuit or any wiring done to that Circuit.You can try:Unplug both Seats & check fuse after a bitIF it is still heating, then Unplug each Door Lock Actuator inside each Door one at a time & check Fuse
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