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post #1 of 8 Old Nov 7th, 2006, 9:39 pm
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Request help ... fuse location for seat heater

i'd be grateful if someone could help me ID the fuse for the seat heater. i'm hoping that's why mine stopped working.

gettin' to be winter, y'know ...

thanks in advance.
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gettin' to be winter, y'know ...
coming from the guy from Fremont, CA It sure looks like "chilly" mid-60s for the rest of the week. FYI: your overnight lows are about our daytime highs.
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It took a bit of searching, but I found a pic of the fuse blocks and what they control in this thread.





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It took a bit of searching, but I found a pic of the fuse blocks and what they control in this thread.




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I don't know where you find this stuff, but my hats off to you. Thanks much for adding to my wrenching files.

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When you spend enough time with computers in general and on this site in particular, you learn how to find info quickly. Sometimes I come up with new ideas or information, but usually it's just being able to pull from everything that everyone else has posted here over the years.

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post #6 of 8 Old Nov 8th, 2006, 9:42 am
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meese ... thx very much.

ryan ... 'tis true, my blood has thinned since moving here lo on 24 years ago. and the LT's luxury features have done nothing to tuffen me up

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cheers ...
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Did you try the rear seat heater to see if it works. If it does, it could be your seat heater plug is not plugged in from a previous seat removal. Just a thought.

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Did you try the rear seat heater to see if it works. If it does, it could be your seat heater plug is not plugged in from a previous seat removal. Just a thought.
yeah ... i installed a used corbin to see if it is an improvement over the stock seat, which does not fit my arse very well. (as an aside, the corbin is not much better, at least for my sorry bee-hind). had to rewire it ... and somehow must've blown a fuse. it is definitely plugged in.

thx ...
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