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Old 02-16-2011, 02:49 PM
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Drivers seat heater stopped working...

The other day my drivers seat heater stopped working. I checked the fuse, all good. Any ideas? Common issues with seat heater?
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i doubt that there is anything wrong with the seat heater itself, it's probably a faulty control module, or a temperature sensor that keeps the heater from working. either way, you need to take her in...
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Old 02-16-2011, 05:28 PM
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This has happened to me too after I changed the battery. I naturally thought I might have disturbed a connector but couldn't find anything. Then one day it started working and has worked ever since. Strangest thing.
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I've been playing that card to no avail. I mess with the levels every time I drive just hoping that it will start working again.

In my previous life I was a seasoned aeronautical and automotive electrician and I'm confident that I'll find the problem; I just have to wait until this weekend to dig into it. I'll be sure to post my findings since this doesn't seem to be a common issue here.

Thanks for your responses.

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