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    Nice write up, with great photo's. The first part is the exact problem I have, Thank's

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    Jammer,
    That was a great write-up.

    My seat problem is just the opposite. We have an '03 Yukon XL and the heat in the driver seats comes on automatically and cannot regulate temperature. Even when turned off manually, the heat will kick on high then fluctuate between low, medium, high. sometimes it turns off, or just stays on. No matter how many times you turn it off the heat comes back on.

    I've heard of places claiming the Seat Memory Module has bad components in the board which need replaced. Do you know of any services that perform this repair, and does that sound like a reasonable possibility?

    Thanks,
    Kevin

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    There are shops in every town that will redo you seat with anew heater, But this sounds like a shortand I would start at the heater switch andlook for a Brocken wire. Work your wayback to the fuse box.
    Good luck

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