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2001 Montana heated seats not working Fuses good. Panel switches light up... no heat

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  • svedgar Dec 21, 2008

    my 2000 montana heated seats do not work

  • edlewis1212 Mar 13, 2009

    i have the same problem on 2001 pontiac montana switch lights up but no heat

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I have a problem with the heated seats of my 2007 pontiac G6. they stay on at all the time. it was fine untill earlier today when I took my car for car wash. What do I do?

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Check for power at connection under seat. If you have power, heated seat grid in the seat itself has burned out.

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2001 Pontiac Montana


sounds like a fuse went out have u checked ur fuses


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