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Old 11-09-2013, 06:21 AM
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Originally Posted by Danfantana View Post
Has anyone had this problem resolved? Im having the same issue. What was wrong and what was done to correct it.
Not yet, I'm on my second dealer trying to get this fixed. The real problem is the service bay techs do not understand the operating parameters and each time they call the Chrysler STAR line, they get different answers.

I'm taking a different approach today, lucky for me, my son is an engineer at Chrysler and he brought home his diagnostic tools. We will rung through the heated seat diagnostics today.

Using a infrared thermometer I have measured the temperature of my heater seat after five minutes of engine warm-up with out sitting in it, I read 74 degrees. After driving to work (30 minutes), heated seat on high, I measured 92 degrees. This isn't heated, it is slightly warm.
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