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Bottom seat heater not working/back does

Had my 04 XUV to the dealership to replace shifter cable (entailed removing drivers seat to get to floor shifter). Since it has come back, the bottom seat heater does not work, but the back of the seat gets warm. Is there a connection somewhere I can check before I call the dealership?

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Yes there is theres is one at the base by the seatbelt

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You can check under seat for broken or unplugged wires

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