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post #1 of 7 Old 09-02-2012, 09:06 AM Thread Starter
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Heated seats with no heat

My drivers side seat will not get warm...the light on the switch illuminates. Does anyone know where I can start looking? It'll be cold soon and I'd like to be able to use it

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Most likely the element pad is broken and it's a PITA to change.


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Most likely the element pad is broken and it's a PITA to change.


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Does the seat covering and all that crap have to come out?

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Yes the warmer is just under the leather, which is why I haven't fixed my azz warmer yet. I think I'll do it whenever I buy new skins for my seats and arm rests.


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Just did both of my seats. Wasn't really that bad once I went to Tractor Supply and got some hog ring pliers. Both of my seat bottoms were bad. Both get nice and toasty now!

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Just repaired my heated seats by following the link amdriven2liv suggested, took me about 2.5 hours for the drivers side but only about 2 for the passenger side once I was familiar with the process. I also highly recommend removing the seats this is almost impossible to do in the vehicle. I now have toasty seats. Ready for a cold hunting season....Thanks


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