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You will need either a new/salvaged motor or switch for your seat. One way to troubleshoot is to apply a 12-volt current to the seat motor's power connections and see if the motor moves. If the motor moves (even sluggishly), then the most likely culprit is the switch.
They have both a fuse and a electric motor, check the fuse should be under the driver dash if fuse is still good then electric motor went out, or possibly the power seat switch, you can check to see if you get voltage to the motor and also the switch.
The fuses are generally located in a panel under the drivers side of the dash. while you are under there. take a look under the drivers seat and you'll see the wires for the power to the seat. I have known firends who've unplugged their power options accidentally while shoving such as a flashlight under there, Just thought it may be helpful to think about, in the case that your fuses are all good.
Check the fuse box for a blown fuse, both seats may operate on one fuse depending on the model of vehicle and the fuse may be located either under the dash on the drivers side or in the engine compartment on the drivers side.