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    Default 03 Trailblazer EXT heated seat problem

    I have a problem with both front heated seats. The back rest part works fine, gets nice and warm but the seat part on both seats stopped working. The push button switches seem fine, the lights light up when you press them but no matter what I do the seat part won't work. Is there a separate fuse for the backrest part and the seat part? Any help would be appreciated...

    Thanks

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    Talking

    Quote Originally Posted by mrjcrod View Post
    I have a problem with both front heated seats. The back rest part works fine, gets nice and warm but the seat part on both seats stopped working. The push button switches seem fine, the lights light up when you press them but no matter what I do the seat part won't work. Is there a separate fuse for the backrest part and the seat part? Any help would be appreciated...

    Thanks

    the wire in the seat part were you sit is broken i had the same thing happen on my 2003 trail blazer it was under my ext warranty for coverage so i only had to pay the 50 dollar deductable

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