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Drivers Heated Seat Only Part Working on Chrysler Crossfire

Hi, The drivers heated seat (Lower Part) has suddenly stopped working the light is still coming on and the upper part is still heating. I have checked the fuses etc and they are fine. Have you any ideas as to what the problem is? The frustrating thing is the Car was at a Chrysler dealership and I know it was working correctly when the car was dropped off, but when I collected the car and I switched the heated seat on the lower part was not working. Just to make you aware the passenger seat works fine.
(Crossfire, 04 model and less than 30,000 miles, like brand new)

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  • colnic Jan 04, 2009

    Same problem here on a 2004 Crossfire with 35,000 miles. Only the seat back heats up on both driver and passenger seats, not the seat base

  • miatabob Apr 15, 2009

    My driver seat will not heat up but the passenger seat heats fine. The lights come on the dash board switches, but no heat. I have heard others say it may be the heating element in the seat which will e costly to fix--maybe $500

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Seems like a huge coincidence it stopped working at the same time it was visiting the dealership. I suggest you take it back and complain that they broke your seat.

You have nothing to lose and will probably get the fault diagnosed free and maybe more...

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yes maybe a fuse, also look under the seat and ensure the wire is connected they sometimes get caught when moving the seat back and forward and split against the metal seat base.

Posted on Jan 16, 2010

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