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Old 05-26-2013, 01:58 PM
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heated seat/power mirrors issue related?

Hey there,

I recently picked up an 08 F350 with the 6.4 and since i picked it up the power mirrors and heated seats haven't worked. The folding and telescoping function work on both mirrors but cannot adjust the mirror itself. As for the heated seats neither side work the light comes on when you enable but doesn't turns off shortly after. I have checked the fuses several times but came up empty handed. Could these be related? Does anyone know what colours the wires are for the heated seats so I can check for power? What about the mirrors? I am thinking about trying a new switch but not confident thats the issue.

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can anyone help?
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have you checked all your fuses?
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Power mirror switch is fuse #12, which also controls Driver Power Seat. Fuse #18 is the heated seat relay. I'd recheck those 2. This is on 2010's, I'd think it'd be the same on a 2008.
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Old 09-11-2013, 07:06 PM
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fuses checked out fine. i am baffled.
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I have the same issue as far as the heated seat just havent had a chance to fix it yet but from what i have read there is a relay under the seat you should here it click when you press the button if it clicks then it is one of your heating pads has gone out. If it doesnt then check you have power coming to it, if so then replace your relay. Your heating pads are wired in series so when either the back or bottom pad shorts out the whole seat quits. its normally the driver side that goes out first do to more constant use. also fuse #f18 is in the passenger side floor board only mention it cause I didnt realize I was checking the wrong one till the wife pointed it out to me in the owners manual.

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