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Heated seat 04 envoy xuv drivers seat started to get to hot almost hot enough to burn the right leg and now dosen't work at all  whats wrong?

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The heated seat element burned out.

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It's a short in the instrument cluster.
I had the same problem with my 2004 XUV.
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