Question about 2000 Cadillac DeVille
The seat heater on the driver's seat stopped working. It's not unplugged. Any ideas of the problem and the solution?
This is not really a solution, but a debunking of the CTS owner's solution. The Deville has it's seat heater fuses for left and right seats as well as a fuse for the control switches in the trunk. Remove the 4 plastic nuts under the lining near the rear window and check those fuses. There is also a maxifuse for many components under the hood under the tiny fuse box near the drive side wheel well. You have to pull hard on the black plastic to pop this shield off. If it's not the fuses, you might have a problem with the heater elements themselves. Both of mine broke after 10 years of use (fuses were fine)
Posted on Jan 17, 2010
I have a 2004 CTS. I know there are two fuse boxes underneath the floor carpeting in front of the rear seat. Remove the rear seat bottom cushion and pull the carpet forward and you will see them. Inside the cover identifies what fuse is for what function. Hopefully it is a blown fuse, otherwise my guess would be a short in the wiring some where.
Posted on Jan 17, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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