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Heated seats 1999 lincoln navigator

Heated seat button lights, seats don't get warm. How many fuses are there to for the seats?

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  • missyann1 Dec 06, 2008

    No Moon roof. I've been told there can be more than one fuse or relay that operates it. Sooo, I thanked you for trying to help me. And again, I say thanks!

  • missyann1 Dec 07, 2008

    Question was and still is, are there other fuses connected to the heated seats (if so which ones) , or even a relay? Simple as that. This time I won't use my manners to tell you, "thank you" because it seems to upset you if someone is showing gratefulness!

  • Anonymous Mar 26, 2009

    heated seat button lights, seats don't get warm

  • Anonymous Mar 15, 2014

    My heated seat won't get warm but the light is on in 01 tahoe

  • Anonymous Mar 25, 2014

    the third row seat comes from an 02 expedition I am trying to fit it to an 1998 Lincoln Navigator but the Wheels on the seat wont allow for the front end of the seat to lock into place


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The fuse is #110, it is in the power distribution box under the hood, it also runs the moon roof, so if the moon roof works the fuse is good, if this is the case the heated seat switch is the likely cause and by far the most common..

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    The fuse runs the moon roof and the seats if it has a moon roof, if it doesn't it just runs the seats, I don't understand how you think would I know it didn't have a moon roof?, give me a break.


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Problem is not the fuses but the actual heated seat elements which break over time from normal wear and tear getting in and out of seats. The fix is to replace the elements which are part of the seat cushion so don't expect a cheap repair cost if going to the dealer. You may want a quote from an aftermarket source who may be able to replace just the elements but may also be costly because of all the labour to remove the seats and take apart the seat covers. However aftermarket parts are always inferior to original parts so if you can afford it I would spend the extra especially if you plan on keeping the truck for many more winters to come.

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