First, you should try to make sure the motor is faulty, and not the switch/connectors/wires. Sometimes a quarter or nickel will fall down into the rails and cause the seat to jam as well.
Eliminate all of these possible causes first. Then if you're sure the motor is at fault, you can use a saw to cut the rails and remove the seat, if forcing it doesn't work.
Also, you can get a motor at a junk yard without paying that high price.
Wednesday, November 24th, 2010 AT 3:09 PM