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Old 04-23-2012, 04:18 PM
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Default Heated Seats Issue ?

So this past winter I have always left the climate control to max hot temp (90) and when I go to turn on the two front heated seats most of the time they would just shut right off a second after I turned them on ? but now when I use heat I put it to 87 and now my side usually stays on and still the passangers side never stays on ? any ideas ?.. heated steering wheel and cooled seats never have any problems just the heated seats.. Very confused
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