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2005 suburban the heated seat keeps coming on, drivers side only, turn off and it will come on again, after time, it will work properly, that is: it will stay off. any solutions?

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  • jerdawg1 Jan 10, 2009

    I have the exact same problem on my '04 Avalanche. Sometimes it gets triggered after I put the driver side window down.

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It could have something stinky in the button or the button may need to be replaced.

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