Good job! I needed to see this b4 I dove into the seats of my gf's trailblazer
It really is a simple system. There can't really be that many things that could go wrong. I think if you open up the seat you will probably be abl to fix it if you own a soldering iron.my backrest heat works on both settings but the actual seat area does not get warm at all on either settings, do you spose this is most likely my problem?
That's exactly what mine does.My driver's seat works, but it takes forever to warm up and it usually just gets warm. Occasionally it gets nice and toasty but not very often. I always assumed I needed a new element, do you think i might just have a few bad connections? I know nothing about this so thank you in advance for any more info.
Takes maybe 10-15 to take the seat out then you can put it on your kitchen tableLet us know what you find, its around -15 Celsius up here in Winnipeg and I don't feel like tearing my seat down in the driveway. Sure would be nice to have a toasty @$$ though
I'd recommend going to ford-trucks.com and doing a search in their 6.0 forum to find you a wiring diagram of the heated seats. There is a connector under the seat where you should find a yellow wire with a light blue stripe. This wire should read 12V whenever you flip your heated seat switch on. PITA part is that you can't take that connector apart or the switch won't work, so you have to find a way to probe inside that connector.Anyone have suggestions