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2000 Acura TL Seat Heater does not work? any suggestions?

I am the second owner of the car (55,000 miles when I purchased it) and since I have owned it the seat heater has never worked. I bought the car in the summer so I never thought to ask if it functioned. I am not sure where to begin looking for the problem....any suggestions? anyone else solved this problem? if so how?

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    I have the same problem on my 2001. The heated seat the only thing that has broken on the car in 108,000 miles, by the way.

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Are you good with a Digital Multi meter?

If so let me know.

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Start off by checking the fuse.

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