Ford fusion 2015. My passenger seat wont mpve forward or backward. I have found the piece that is disconnected. When i push the button it vibrates, but it is unattached to the bottom of the seat.

Asked by Apr 29, 2018 at 07:46 PM about the 2015 Ford Fusion

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

The piece that is loose has one side that looks like
a long screw but it is bendy.  Im assuming this is
the piece that is out of place, but for the life of me,
i cant figure out where to put it back?

3 Answers


That's one of the seat motors. Never saw that type of failure. Yes, you will need to reconnect it. Seems like it broke off. I'm thinking your going to have to remove the seat to access and repair. Sorry I can't help further. Maybe someone else will add something constructive.

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Thanks Tom. Is removing the seat complicated?


Might have to remove some plugs and bolts/nuts, and or airbag sensors plugs You have to be careful then on removing the seat. Remove the battery negative cable for 10mins before unplugging anything so you don't active an airbag. If the motor is hanging there, like the picture shows, something broke, and if you don't have time to source the part or parts or know how to put it all back together and deal with all the work, have a shop help you.

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