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Wendy, the heated seat relay or switch could be bad, a good tech. may have to run diagnostics on it and locate fault and give estimate for repair. In the meantime instead of unhooking battery, look in your manual and find the heated seat fuse/relay and unplug it, verify seats are not heating up and then leave fuse/relay out until you can have it checked out or try a new relay and see if that corrects your problem. I will post links to your fuse boxes, I believe one in trunk and one under hood. Check the attached links,instruction and guides, Good luck
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The horn fuse for this 2002 ford f150 is located in the engine compartment fuse/relay box , heres a diagram of that box , i circled the fuse for the horn, it is in location f1.7. hope this is helpful. also you may want to check the horn relay thats also located in the same box and i circled that also. have a good day.
In 2001 two c class
models 202 and 203
202 check fuse box in boot,spare wheel area
Fuses 12/13 25amp,these both control drivers seat
203 later c class
Check fuse box in boot, fuse 2 30amp,also fuse 38 30amp,located in fuse box end of dash
Hi I'm not to clued up on 2004 silverado 1500 LT crew cab, obviously you'll check the fuse box & even replace the fuse wouldn't hurt giving it a try. Also try checking the electric motor for the seat. No cables lose or broken? Nothing jamming the seat? Is there any sound at all coming from the area where all the electrics are under the seat? Can you hear a motor straining?Just a few thoughts. Good luck
There should be plug for the heated seat most likley under it or on the drivers side of passenger seat. This should fix your problem, if it doesn't that means the short is in the dial in the dash. There should be a seperate fuse for each seat in the fuse box. If unplugging the seat doesn't help come back and i will figure out which fuse is the right one and where your fuse box is.