Question about 1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee
I had a repair person fix the rear wiper a month or so ago. It now has stop working. I check the fuse and it seems OK. The heated seats no longer work and I check the fuse on that and it seems ok.
For the heated seats it is usually an open element in the lower seat portion. Time to get in there with a multimeter to see that you have voltage applied at seat connector (when switched on). Then look for continuity in the seat element itself with ohmmeter. Expect resistance to be very low.
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