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Cannot locate heated seat fuse on fuse panel

I have checked all connctions under the seat but the fuse for the seats isn't labled on the fuse box panel is it located somewhere else or is it just not labeled or is there one at all?

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  • tracyjenner Nov 22, 2008

    same problem!

  • jhern Dec 11, 2008

    neither seat will heat. Cannot locate fuse. Not in owner's manual.

  • susanroudebu Dec 15, 2008

    y fuse in my 2003 beetle seems blown., driver's side seat won't heat

  • Anonymous Dec 20, 2008

    cant find fuse for heated seats, where is it



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