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if you have owners manual you can use it to locate the proper fuse.. if you don't have an owners manual look inside the fuse panel cover it should have a diagram for the proper fuse.. please rate my answers if helpful thank you
did you look under the hood, on the drivers side, inside a black box, most of these say power distribution on the cover, inside are relays and fuses, also on the inside of the cover, should be a diagram explaining , what fuse and relay are for, and where located.
look through the owners manual it will give you a break down of fuse pannel what fuses protect what circuits also check if door lock or windows work on any other door if they work then it is not a fuse and will be directly related to main combination switch on door try this first
If you have the owner's manual look up fuses in the index, good illustration. If you don't, I do. It shows a relay and a 15 amp fuse. Look at the passenger kick panel, pull the cover, and it is #2 fuse (second from the top on the left) The see the relay you may have to pull the panel (two screws and a clip) the relay is the third cavity down, third row from the firewal side.
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C1 & C2 in your panel are most likely one of the culprits, if no power at heater at seat. Sounds like testing for power at seat switch is easier to do than get at these circuit breakers in the panel. If you have power at switch at seat, then it's not the fuse/circuit breaker. Good reading at this link for you.